Germany’s coalition government has reached an agreement which could see the country’s carbon emissions been reduced by up to 95% by 2050.
That’s part of the country’s climate change action plan which sets out how the nation expects to get rid of fossil fuels.
The plan will require the country to cut its emissions by 20% by 2030 compared to 2014 and the energy sector’s by almost a half.
German Government’s spokesman Georg Streiter said climate targets will be reviewed in 2018 to consider their impact on industry.
The UK will ratify it before the end of the year.