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Energy transition in Germany and integration of non-conventional energy sources

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  • Jesús Botero García

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  • David Cardona Vásquez

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  • John García Rendón

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  • Jesús Botero García & David Cardona Vásquez & John García Rendón, 2019. "Energy transition in Germany and integration of non-conventional energy sources," Documentos de Trabajo CIEF 017784, Universidad EAFIT.
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