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  • Making your own electricity
  • Making your own electricity
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Making your own electricity

Germany has some of the highest electricity bills and energy taxation in Europe. As a result the country's seen an increasing adoption of self-sufficient energy production technology. People across the country are beginning to make their own home-made electricity.



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