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Electricity shares 2020 51.2% Renewables 22.3% Lignite 11.6% Nuclear Correction 19.9.21

UN Erderwärmung 2,7 Grad Menschheit auf KATASTROPHALEM WEG

UN Erderwärmung 2,7 Grad Menschheit auf KATASTROPHALEM WEG


Electricity shares 2020 51,2% Renewable energy 22,3% B Lignite 11,6% Nuclear energy

When I read these lines - and then the headlines:

Hydrogen from PV, wind energy - I must say that can not be true!

Surplus electricity from PV, wind, biomass is available only when NO more electricity from lignite and nuclear energy is fed!

Or do I have a comprehension problem here?

I say, hydrogen is produced by electrolysis so the same share of electricity is also needed from lignite and nuclear energy!

Or do I have also here a comprehension problem?

Conclusion: Lignite-fired power plants are still needed and cannot be shut down - CO2 is still produced!

Our government from CDU CSU and SPD even force this step! Production of- Wasserstoff Land Deutschland

Excerpt: Only if hydrogen becomes truly green can we convince people and make mobility climate-friendly.

Ein Stromnetz für die Energiewende


To ensure that the power supply remains secure and affordable, we need several thousand kilometers of new power lines. This is the only way that electricity from renewable energies can actually reach every socket in Germany. The power grid is therefore the backbone of a successful energy transition.

Definition: Green hydrogen is hydrogen produced by electrolysis!

And now comes this announcement:

Rapid rise in CO2 emissions in Germany


CO2 emissions in Germany will rise by 47 million metric tons this year compared to 2020, according to an estimate by Agora Energiewende - the largest increase since 1990, clearly missing the 2020 target of 40 percent savings compared to 1990.

08/17/2021 - Climate protection in Germany? Missing the mark! With Germany's greenhouse gas emissions expected to rise by around 47 million metric tons of CO₂ in 2021 compared with the previous year, the Federal Republic is facing the biggest increase in greenhouse gas emissions since 1990 - the reference year against which international climate efforts are measured.

I now ask: Do we still have a future like this for our children, grandchildren and future generations?

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