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Germany's ambitions to completely restructure its energy sector have been talked about so much that the very word which stands for the current policy change - "Energiewende" - has even made it into the English language.
Germany is in the process of completely transforming its energy sector at a pace unmatched by most major industrialized nations. Nuclear power is being phased out as renewables are gradually taking over. DW's latest content on the topic can be found below.
Excess bureaucracy, corruption, outmoded energy grids and underdeveloped markets are stopping Balkan countries from exploiting the tremendous renewable energy potential at their fingertips.
The deal brokered by Turkey and the UN is due to expire in November, if it's not renewed. Putin is calling for the agreement to be revisited, saying it isn't fair for Russia, or poorer countries that depend on grain shipments from Ukraine.
Interest in private solar panels in Serbia is high, and experts say that the country's potential is considerable. The government is keen for private households to install solar panels. So why is the uptake stalling?