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The history of hydropower shows that renewables have always had flaws.

The clean energy sources of the future will have their own tricky oversupply problems.

Germany’s government has endorsed imports of liquid natural gas for the first time—but not because of Russia and Nord Stream 2.

The geopolitical shift of power from the United States to China stems from the momentous transformation of energy policy. For Europe and Germany, engagement …

Berlin is forfeiting its global role as leader in climate protection.

With US President Barack Obama and the 2016 Democratic presidential candidates rolling out their climate change strategies, now is a good time to take a look at what has worked – and what has not – in Germany and the rest of Europe.