Germany’s political parties have shied away from discussing energy in the run-up to Sunday’s election, but the debate around climate goals and gas in heating is likely to intensify in the next parliamentary term.
Germans will go to the polls after four years of a grand coalition between the country’s biggest parties: the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the Social Democratic Party (SPD), led by Martin Schulz.
The average of the seven latest polls suggests a 37% vote share for the CDU,...
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