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Michael Sladek (born 1947) is a German doctor and bearer of the Bundesverdienstkreuz.

He becames famous by realising a grid-independent system for producing electricity, by distributed little power plants. For this he was awarded 1996 by the German magazine Capital with the Capital/ WWF - Umweltpreis. 1999 he and his wife were awarded with the Nuclear-Free Future Award. In January 2004 the couple Sladek was awarded with the highest order in Germany, the Bundesverdienstkreuz, for their great engagement for the environement.

With his system that combines an efficiency-strategy with a power-safing strategy it becames possible to satisfy the power-consumption of the community Schönau in the Black-Forest. Following his engagement supported by his wife and many friends the first German green power-provider came into existence, the EWS Schönau. The community of Schönau was the first community on Earth in a Western civilised country that becomes independent of the national power grid and could decide how the power will be produced.

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