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New Report On Energy Consumption In Denmark — Carbon Emission Increased In 2018

April 8th, 2019 | by Jesper Berggreen

In a press release this week, the Danish Energy Agency reported a bit of bad news from the land of wind. Denmark as a whole had total energy consumption last year that was higher than the year before, which could just as well have been lower given that total consumption has been relatively stable in a few decades, so no surprise there. The surprise is that, despite the ever-growing amount of renewables in the mix, carbon emissions rose too


44% Wind — Denmark Set New Wind Energy Record In 2017

January 6th, 2018 | by Jesper Berggreen

Numbers have just come out this week from danskenergi.dk, the Danish energy organization whose members support companies in delivering steady green power to the Danes, with an impressive uptime of 99.99% at competitive prices


Renewables Produce 56% Of Denmark’s Domestic Electricity

December 13th, 2016 | by Roy L Hales

The numbers fluctuate. At 10:19 AM Pacific Time, on December 13, wind turbines fed 434 megawatts (MW) into the grid. There have been days when they produced 140% of the nation's need. Then there is solar energy and biomass. According to the Danish Energy Agency, combined, renewables produce 56% of Denmark's domestic electricity consumption


40th World Environment Day: Denmark, Scotland Pave the Way to the Green Economy

June 6th, 2012 | by Andrew

Substantial headway in forging a green economy has been made across Europe. While the success of efforts in Germany, Italy, Spain, and the Czech Republic are all noteworthy, Denmark and Scotland stand out when it comes to reducing the environmental impact of our economic activities, whether they originate on the production or consumption side of the ledger.



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