Fairer share of wind power proceeds could help slow growth of opposition to wind turbines
Vice-Chancellor will lead ‘super ministry’ focusing on energy and economic policy, but needs to act fast to maintain supply and cut costs
‘National Energy Agreement’ aims to help government meet EU 2020 targets and accelerate green growth
Coalition of France, Poland and UK accused of backing Germany in attempt to water down new limits on CO2 emissions
With EU due to vote on standards to clean up car industry on Friday, Germany has made one final attempt to delay negotiations
Angela Merkel is expected to win this weekend’s German election, but will a new coalition government be committed to climate and clean energy issues?
Morning summary: Reports suggest “threats, intimidation and blackmail” have been used to sideline green cars legislation
Germany will continue to break records for solar output despite a struggling manufacturing sector, confirm analysts
Campaigners argue German election could alter EU position but bloc’s top climate change negotiator says Germany will always aim for “pole position” on climate
Ministers from 35 countries meet an influential Berlin summit to set agenda for main UN climate talks in Warsaw
German researchers have found a way to overcome one of the problems with renewable energy – the fact that it is not always available
A skeleton version of the UN climate finance vehicle could be established this year to receive cash from countries ready to pledge
Extreme weather is often the result of climate change, says scientists in Germany, who claim to have found link between GHGs and changes in weather patterns
Meeting of Environment ministers ends on high, Nestle chairman blames biofuels for end of “cheap food” era, the wind energy subsidy cut could “cost UK jobs” and how to put a fire out without water (or chemicals).