Southern German utility Stadtwerke München has set a target of producing a volume of renewable energy corresponding to Munich's entire power consumption in 2025.
However, there is a challenge involved in setting the bar so high: Bavaria's politicians are not big fans of tall structures – especially if they are wind turbines. As such, they instituted four years back the so-called 10H rule, which requires turbines to placed no nearer than ten times their maximum tip height from the nearest neighboring building.
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