One of the German towns was a clear example of the fact that the transition to renewable energy has great potential and that alternative forms of energy may well meet the needs of the whole village. This timely transition beneficial and useful from both a financial and an environmental point of view.
This unique settlement was Feldhaym, which since 2013 is 100% independent of the national power network. All residential and commercial spaces, street lighting, industrial sites are now fully equipped with environmentally friendly electricity.
At the moment, live in the town of about 150 people, daily life which provide 47 windmills located nearby. In addition to wind power Feldhaym actively uses solar panels to recharge their energy reserves. Photovoltaic systems located right outside the city limits.
Residents Feldhayma can only be happy for the results of the transition to a "green" electricity, because if you compare the size of utility bills, people who come to this unique place, they are 30% lower than the national.