The British approval of the costly Hinkley nuclear power station still faces major obstacles in Brussels.
Archive for the ‘Germany’ Category
An experimental apartment block in Hamburg heated by a skin of algae.
The strange belief that militias are necessary for liberty.
Confirmation that solar grid parity has arrived in Germany, and what it means.
Greek (and of course German) electricity is much more reliable than American.
Spanish labour costs are painfully converging with German ones.
A German family gets solar panels installed, hooked up and registered in 8 days.
A German company builds a 4 MW solar PV plant in 15 days.
Charlemagne has a proposal: Merging first names to make Frangela is too familiar for leaders who barely know each other. Homer is too American (or worse, Greek). Merkollande sounds too close to Merkozy. That leaves just the shortened Merde, which at least sums up the state of the euro.