That sounds like an offside trap.
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In order for green electricity to find buyers, we need electric cars. Or the other way around? Which doesn’t matter, because it works. In the first half of the year, the share of electricity generated from wind and sun reached 43 percent. Only 57 are missing.
R.Elbow, kneeling, paragliding. And who is talking about back four? Football loses its core a little, as far as we know, the round has to go into the square. Can’t the world be simpler again? We therefore dedicate ourselves to a topic that is simple and free of ideology. The future belongs to the electric car. Well, it has to be supported a little in the lower price ranges because the batteries are so badly expensive. But it will be fine. Volkswagen is working on a Volkswagen. It will be a kind of polo and should come onto the market in 2025. For probably 25,000 euros, before the subsidy. Yes, that’s right, the Polo is now available for 16,000 euros, but there is always a little bit of inflation. And not everyone really has to buy a new car. The FDP alone, with its free tour of the free market, is the spoilsport, its chairman Christian Lindner wants to cut subsidies and abolish those for electric cars. Where are we going? Are products supposed to prevail over the competition again?
We cannot allow that to happen because we are currently expanding renewable energies like crazy. So, especially in the sense of until 2045. Then Germany will be greenhouse gas neutral. The Bundestag decided last week. We need electric cars so that all of the green electricity can be consumed. Or the other way around? Which doesn’t matter, because the Center for Solar Energy Research Baden-Württemberg has calculated that for the climate target, the addition of photovoltaics has to be doubled and that of wind on land has to be tripled. That sounds like an offside trap, but it will definitely work. In the first half of the year, the share of electricity generated from wind, sun and other regenerative sources reached 43 percent of gross electricity consumption. Only 57 are missing.