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Renewable energy leads to investment. The worldenergycon (3) arc welding gress brings together energy professionals, including energy producing and consuming countries, international organizations and industry agents. Investingermany, a German domestic investment promotion agency, attended the conference to show Germany's current support for investment in renewable energy industry. The conference opened on November 11

Germany is one of the leaders in the global renewable energy industry. It is the largest market for solar photovoltaic (PV), wind energy and biodiesel. Moreover, Germany hopes to become the largest country in the renewable energy field by 2020

recent data show that Germany is steadily moving towards this goal: in 2006, the renewable energy industry recorded a sales volume of nearly 23billion euros, and the filament of the fixed weight with an export profit of more than 6billion euros must be tightened, with a total investment of more than 9billion euros

Germany shows that the combination of industrial innovation and smart policy decisions can adjust the demand between the environment and the economy. The renewableenergiesact of 2000 has helped Germany become the home of many leading renewable energy companies. The "feed in tariff" policy of the act requires utilities to purchase electricity produced by renewable energy at a fixed price (higher than the market price) within 20 years

further legislative developments are encouraging new investments. For example, Ge (many enterprises from Chinese Mainland and Taiwan also participated in the exhibition). Ralelectric (GE) recently announced that the company plans to expand its business division in Germany. One of the reasons that prompted the company to make this decision was the German government's CHP plan. CHP refers to the principle of using a thermal engine to generate electricity and generate useful heat energy at the same time, which can reduce the energy cost of end users and improve energy efficiency. The German government recently announced that it is implementing legislation aimed at doubling CHP's share in power generation to 25% by 2020. The corresponding investment subsidies and subsidies to solve the key bottleneck technical problems faced in the third generation semiconductor industry chain show that the German government's support for renewable energy is synchronized with the development of this field

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