Germany Moves to Speed Clean Energy Goal

BERLIN—Germany on Wednesday sought to put its ambitious shift to clean energy back on track after a decision to speed up the phasing-out of emission-free nuclear power led carbon-gas emissions to rise for the last two years.

The government adopted a broad catalog of measures, ranging from new subsidies for homeowners who insulate their houses to mandatory emissions cuts for energy producers. Berlin said the steps would ensure Germany meets its target of cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 40% from their 1990 level by…