„Die Schmerzgrenze ist erreicht“

Hackenberg, Andrea
October 2013
Textilwirtschaft;10/31/2013, Issue 44, p018
The article examines the economic affects of the cost of electrical utilities on the German clothing industry. The cost barriers of increasing energy efficiency are discussed, the economic influence of German renewable energy laws are examined, and energy-saving renovations to commercial buildings are described.


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