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RTXXX60
March 25, 2013
The connection to the biogas heating system is pictured inside a village house in Feldheim March 6, 2013....
FELDHEIM, Germany
Connection to biogas heating system is pictured inside village house in Feldheim
The connection to the biogas heating system is pictured inside a village house in Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5Z
March 25, 2013
Joachim Gebauer, a former teacher who now guides groups of visitors, poses next to a sign reading "Germany,...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Gebauer poses at German village of Feldheim
Joachim Gebauer, a former teacher who now guides groups of visitors, poses next to a sign reading "Germany, land of ideas" at the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5Y
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines are pictured in this multiple exposure at the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013....
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in this multiple exposure at the German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines are pictured in this multiple exposure at the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5X
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines and biogas plant are pictured at German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. The sign reads: "Danger zone, circle of influence of wind turbines". Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5W
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured at German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5V
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines and a biogas plant are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim,...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines and biogas plant are pictured at German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines and a biogas plant are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5U
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured at German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5T
March 25, 2013
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured at German village of Feldheim
Wind turbines are pictured at the German village of Feldheim March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5S
March 25, 2013
Solar panels are pictured in the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute...
FELDHEIM, Germany
Solar panels are pictured in German village of Feldheim
Solar panels are pictured in the German village of Feldheim February 21, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5Q
March 25, 2013
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road March 6,...
FELDHEIM, Germany
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY-ENERGY/
RTXXX5P
March 25, 2013
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road March 6,...
FELDHEIM, Germany
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road
The sign indicating the zone of German village of Feldheim is pictured on the side of a road March 6, 2013. Feldheim, a 60-minute drive south of Berlin and home to about 125 people, is Germany's first and only energy self-sufficient village. Germany is a world leader in renewable energy and derives a quarter of its electricity from renewables, but rising prices have turned into a major political issue ahead of the election. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
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