Environment Minister Thorsten Glauber is pushing ahead with a proposal to expand renewable energies, thereby snubbering the coalition partner.
He reacts immediately.
Munich - Next coalition conflict between the CSU * and Free Voters: After the coalitionists only got into each other's hair about the school openings last week, this time the focus is on expanding wind power: In the struggle for more and more effective climate protection, Bavaria's Environment Minister Thorsten Glauber (Free Voters) with the call for more wind turbines Prime Minister Markus Söder * and the CSU.
On Wednesday, Glauber announced
the submission of a new climate protection law for Bavaria to
for this May - a little faster than von Söder and himself last indicated.
And one of his points: He will work “for the lifting of the 10-H rule”.
Expansion of wind power: Söder wants to adhere to the controversial 10-H regulation
The rule that has been in force in Bavaria since 2014 states that a wind turbine must be at least ten times its height away from residential developments.
In order to be able to deviate from this, a municipal council must take an express resolution.
Critics complain that since then the expansion of wind power in Bavaria has practically come to a standstill.
Söder had announced on Monday that he wanted to adhere to the regulation.
The Greens have long been calling for the 10-H rule to be lifted (video)
This is how CSU General Secretary Markus Blume sees it due to Glauber's initiative.
He told the
: “The 10-H rule is not shaken.
We have to accelerate the expansion of renewable energies, but together with and not against the population. ”He also warned of an open conflict:“ Everyone in the coalition is well advised to leverage the diverse potentials of renewable energies in Bavaria and not to question the coalition agreement.
10-H rule would be a breach of the coalition agreement. ”
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