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Germany’s Pricing Law Case Study

Sources:

The World Bank

Date:

1 January 2011

This document provides an analysis of the centerpiece of Germany’s renewable energy policy success: the electricity feed-in law, which has been adjusted multiple times since 1991. The analysis mentions accompanying measures (e.g., low interest loans backed by the federal government) to address issues such as high initial capital costs.