Munich (dpa / lby) - To accelerate the energy transition, the Greens are demanding a five-point emergency program for Bavaria from the state government. "Bavaria has to make a big leap forward with the energy transition in 2023," said the head of the state parliament, Ludwig Hartmann, of the German Press Agency in Munich. In addition to the construction of 400 wind turbines at state expense in the state's own forests, the five points also include more subsidies for geothermal energy and the installation of 2000 photovoltaic systems on state roofs each year.
"The state government can implement these measures tomorrow. It's all about speed now," emphasized Hartmann. The government around Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) must now not only "thoroughly, but also quickly spoon out the soup that he brought to the Free State by doing nothing in terms of energy policy". The people in the Free State would lose patience with the "Bavarian announcement world champion". "Technically, the energy transition has long been solved, but the state government is stonewalling its implementation."