The bio-gas plant manufacturer predicts massive problems in implementation of the action plan of the Federal Government since mid-February dominate the statements from Environment Minister Peter Altmaier (CDU) and Minister Philipp Rosler (FDP) the headlines. The planned cuts of in the tariffs for energy generation based on renewable sources are basic. If you would like to know more then you should visit Caterpillar. These cuts will affect not only future, but also existing bio-gas plants. The renewable energy Federation (BEE) together with its partner associations had taken the land environment ministers meeting on 19 March as an opportunity to call for a day of action in Berlin. “Preferred under the motto the bottom line: renewable energy” thousands of people at the demonstration around the Potsdamer Platz and the Federal Environment Ministry have noisily manifested their protest and their existential fears. WELTEC BIOPOWER has this action joined.
With around a quarter of the workforce and some customers had the manufacturer of bio-gas plants in Lower Saxony Vechta made on the way to Berlin. The planned changes the Minister Altmaier and Rosler have already significant effects on the market. Farmers and investors are unsure of themselves and therefore hesitate to plan new facilities and to build. Even the domestic market becoming increasingly important for us is now affected.