German energy transition architect Baake discusses U.S. clean energy policy

What policy lessons can the United States learn from Germany's experiences expanding its renewable energy market? During today's OnPoint, Rainer Baake, former deputy minister at the German Federal Environment Ministry and a key architect of Germany's energy transition, discusses his country's experiences crafting a federal policy on clean energy. Baake, now director of Agora Energiewende, also talks about the relationship between states, municipalities and the federal government in creating policy.