RPT-Merkel looks left to rescue Germany's energy revolution


* Switch to green energy will be top domestic priority * Exit of Free Democrats raises hopes of renewables sector * Industry want subsidy cuts to bring down energy prices By Madeline Chambers and Vera Eckert BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Angela Merkel's best hope of saving her bold energy revolution may lie in a coalition with the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), who could agree to modest cuts to costly ...


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