Many Hessians and the wind sector hope that the wind in Hesse will turn favorable for them. The formation of a new Hessian government at the end of the election year 2013, with the involvement of the green party, nurtures the hopes that Hesse may be able to leave the rear ranks of development.
But what did de facto change in the months passed? Are the obstacles in designation and approval practice really shrinking? Is a social consensus to realize a decentralized turnaround in energy policy growing? Are there first signs of increasing expansion figures?
Those questions have been discussed at the 3rd wind sector day with experts, politicians, journalists and branch representatives.