Denmark: Renewed vows
Denmark has increasingly concentrated its energy policies along environmentally friendly energy production lines over the past three decades. Per Hemmer takes a look at how this sector has developed
In the past 30 years, energy policy in Denmark has focused especially on environmentally friendly energy production, including the exploitation of renewable energy sources. Internationally, Denmark is at the forefront of the exploitation of renewable energy sources, especially wind power, biomass and waste.
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