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by Carl-A. Fechner


Could Germany be using 100% renewable energy by 2030? It’s a belief held by Edy Kraus, a project developer whose idea is to generate energy from pellets made out of renewable resources and waste materials. He’s confident this goal is attainable even though every year the German economy currently spends around 100 billion euros on fossil fuels. Kraus is one of several green revolutionaries featured in Power to Change: The Energy Revolution who are striving to develop renewable innovations.

international title: Power to Change: The Energy Revolution
original title: Power to Change: Die EnergieRebellion
country: Germany
year: 2016
genre: documentary
directed by: Carl-A. Fechner
film run: 90'
release date: DE 17/03/2016
screenplay: Carl-A. Fechner
cinematography by: Philipp Baben der erde
film editing: Bernhard Reddig
music: Eckart Gadow, Ralf Wienrich
producer: Katja Bald, Karla Fiehring, Lisa Kohn
production: Fechner Media Gmbh
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