As Denmark moves toward new energy policies for the coming decade, industry and government contemplate wind power’s role in a comprehensive energy strategy to secure the renewable transition.
Denmark is a champion of wind power. The country has fostered some of the world’s foremost wind power companies and is estimated to produce or be involved in development of some 90 percent of the world’s offshore turbines.
But as 2020 approaches, the key energy framework that’s delivered much of Denmark’s wind power to date – the Energy Agreement of 2012 – will expire. Whilst the government are engaged with discussion over a replacement policy, industry players are cautiously optimistic over what to expect.
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