RWE AG (RWE), Europe’s biggest air polluter, won’t reach clean-energy goals unless Germany ends delays linking offshore wind farms to the nation’s transmission network. The German electricity company has spent about 1 billion euros ($1.26 billion) on a wind park in the North Sea that can’t start production because the local grid operator hasn’t built the connection to the 48 windmills. The hold-ups jeopardize further investment in wind power, the mainstay of RWE’s plan to more than double the proportion of power it gets from renewables by 2020, the company said.
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