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  • Nuclear reactor symbolizes uranium and nuclear energy; Source: Mauritius Images / imageBROKER / Lilly

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    Article: Nuclear energy and uranium

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  • Gas - Conventional Energy Sources; Source: Getty Images/Kroeger&Gross

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    Article: Gas

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  • Oil rigs during sunset symbolizes petroleum and Motor Fuels; Source: istockphoto.com/David Jones

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    Article: Petroleum and Motor Fuels

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  • Primary energy consumption in Germany 2015 (13,335 PJ); Source: AGEB, December 2015

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    Infographics: Primary energy consumption in Germany 2015

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  • Origin of German crude oil imports, 2015-2017

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    Infographics: Origin of German crude oil imports, 2015-2017

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  • Lignite mine Profen symbolizes coal; Source: DEBRIV/Rainer Weisflog

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  • Consultation on energy efficiency; Quelle: Ute Grabowsky/Photothek/Getty Images

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    Article: ‘Germany makes it efficient’

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  • Scaffolded building symbolizes enhancing energy efficiency in buildings; Source: istockphoto.com/OGphoto

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    Article: Enhancing energy efficiency in buildings

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  • Petrol pump at a petrol station symbolising the topic of fuel prices

    28/06/2019 - News - Energy Efficiency

    New fuel prices and efficiency classes as of July 2019

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    Article: Raw materials – indispensable for Germany’s industrial future

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