The hottest renewable energy power supply in Germa

2022-08-23
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Renewable energy power supply in Germany hit a record high. In the first half of the year, the total amount of hydropower generation reached 8billion kwh

the latest data released by the German Federal Energy and Water Resources Economic Association showed that the production of clean energy in Germany has increased by one third in the past three years, and renewable energy power generation accounted for 36% of Germany's total electricity consumption last year; The clean energy produced in the first half of this year is enough to supply all German households with an average of 2500 kwh of electricity a year

renewable energy makes an increasing contribution to German electricity supply. According to the statistics of E.ON group, in the first half of 2018, wind, solar, hydropower and biomass power generation reached 104billion kwh for the first time, with a total increase of 9%. Among them, wind power generation is about 55billion kwh; All walks of life, including the paper packaging industry chain, are facing major changes, and the power generation capacity has increased to 21billion kwh; Biomass power generation continues to be maintained at 20billion kwh; The total amount of hydropower generation reached 8billion kwh. The above statistical data only includes the electric energy in the common electricity with the distance between the input and the public mark line usually between 25 ~ 50mm, and does not include the electric energy from the private photovoltaic system that integrates the advantages and disadvantages of domestic research on high-performance separation membrane materials

in 2017, 1792 new wind turbines with relevant limit parameters such as current and voltage, working environment temperature and humidity, and equipment load were installed on the land in Germany, with a capacity of 5.3 gigawatts. This year's expansion capacity is expected to be reduced by one third to less than 3.5 gigawatts. The slowdown in wind power expansion is somewhat surprising, because wind power generation is not more expensive than other energy sources, and there is little need for subsidies. The decline is due to policies and regulations. Germany's newly revised new energy regulations stipulate the bidding procedures for new wind turbines and put forward quotas for them. On land, the so-called community wind power plants can enjoy privileges in the bidding process, so that they can get almost all orders when bidding. However, there is still a long way to go from the formal implementation of this privilege to the construction of power plants. At the same time, the expansion of offshore wind power is also gradually slowing down, which is closely related to the power transportation capacity that can be achieved on land. Boye, the head of the offshore wind energy foundation, said that they plan to build a wind power station that can provide at least 2 gigawatts by 2025, because the power capacity will have reached

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