E.ON networks home to one third of Germany’s renewables capacity

Of the 96 gigawatts of installed renewables capacity subsidized under Germany’s Renewable Energy Law, fully one third – 34 percent – was connected to E.ON networks at the end of 2015. The company’s energy networks, which represent one of the three core businesses of its strategy, already deliver lots of green electricity to customers across Germany.
E.ON networks in Germany are home to a total of 32 gigawatts of renewables capacity, about as much as 100 large offshore wind farms. No other company in Germany has more green power fed into its networks. The most prevalent renewable energy source varies by region, with significantly more wind power in the North and more solar in the South. …

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