High pollution prices and rising energy costs are two big issues that Germany needs to contend with as it continues to finance its energy revolution through consumer energy bills. Those bills will soon rival Denmark's consumer energy costs as prices are set to rise "111 percent since 2000". While German national energy policy has brought more clean power onto the grid, greenhouse gas emissions haven't changed much. How can Germany continue to make the right energy decisions while sparing consumers from egregiously high bills?
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