What Germany Can Teach Us About Home Energy | Ask This Old House #Germany #travel

In this video, Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey takes host Kevin O’Connor on a tour of Germany with an eye toward renewable energy and sustainable home heating.
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  1. 20.24 cents per kilowatt hour here in NH. As noted, Germany does not have its own sources for oil and natural gas/propane. In the US, we have some of the largest sources in the world. It’s not lack of availability, it’s too many regulations and, democrat pressuring of green new deal alternatives that will be disastrous for many. The party of ‘choice’, demanding ‘no choice’, when it comes to THEIR agenda and initiatives. This may be critical for Germany, but we’re not Germany nor, should we hope to be.

  2. funny cause every system in the vid used fossil fuels to create the heat and energy…. How many trees do you have to cut down to try and produce the same thing… fossil fuels will be around for a long time… they are great 🙂

  3. No wind no energy. No sun no heat. The cost is extremely high to replace these alternative sources of energy. Lastly, all of these alternative sources are created and made using fossil fuels.

  4. Germany is a socialist country where the disposable income of each family is almost nonexistent. Germany has bought in to the "green" movement and will go to any extreme to further it. Colorado tried the "passive" heating experiment and the home owners forced into building those homes, roasted in the summer. Terrible idea.

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