Sweden vs. Germany in renewable energy sources

Sweden vs. Germany in renewable energy sources

I watched the program “Kodjos (k)val” on Swedish television (SVT play). Kodjo tries to answers political questions before the EU- election that take place now in May. In the first program, he tried to answer the energy and global environment question. Sweden is in top of EU and has 51% renewable energy sources where as Germany has 12,4%. The average percentage of renewable energy sources in EU is around 14%. Worst is Malta with 1,4%.(Sources: SVT, Eurostat 2012).

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