France and Germany pledge further renewables collaboration

Energy ministers from the two countries have pledged to deepen their collaboration on renewable energy.

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The German and French energy ministers will deepen their renewables cooperation, listing examples of potential projects up for collaboration in a joint statement, reports Recharge News.

For example, the two countries could end up collaborating on a joint offshore wind pilot project, or cross-border tenders, says the media.

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