Cloudy skies in Germany for a solar glass factory dependent on Russian gas



<p>At the photovoltaic glass factory in Tschernitz, eastern Germany, on April 19, 2022</p>
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<p class=In the photovoltaic glass factory in Tschernitz in eastern Germany, the noise of the machines does not drown out the worries about the future of production if the Russian gas tap should be closed because of the war in Ukraine.

Inside the hangar, topped with a white chimney, mechanical arms work to shape the glass panels destined for solar panel manufacturers.

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