Renewable energies are one of Germany's most important sources of electricity. Their continued growth is a critical component of the German energy transition. The goal is to make Germany's energy supply more environmentally friendly and less reliant on fossil fuels, electricity, and heating imports. In 2020, the share of renewable energies in Germany was 46%, and the trend is still rising.
The German renewable energy supply is mainly based on wind and solar energy, but biomass and hydropower also contribute.
Regional Renewable Energy KICC
Renewable Energy Ecosystem Maps
The Renewable Energy Ecosystem Maps identify the various institutions responsible for formulating, implementing, and enforcing policy instruments (government institutions) or developing and adapting renewable energy technologies (private sector, PPPs, R&D organizations, etc.).
Renewable Energy in Germany and the Arab Region
In the Field of Renewable Energy
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Germany's Renewable Energy Revolution
Germany aims to get 100% of energy from renewable sources by 2035
Germany plans to meet its entire electricity needs exclusively from renewable sources by 2035. This means that the target has been brought forward by five years compared with old plans.Learn more
Renewable energies in figures
Find out facts and figures about renewable energies in Germany as well as about the achievements of the German energy transition so far on the homepage of the Federal Environment Agency.Learn more
Renewable energy in Germany
The power supply in Germany is becoming "greener" from year to year. To boost this even further, the Renewable Energy Sources Act was enacted. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate provides information on the latest developments and offers background knowledge.Learn more