Danish Government Sets New Long-Term Targets for Renewables

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The country plans to build three more offshore wind farms until 2030 and to support onshore wind through auctions.

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New Danish Energy Agreement: good deal and clear visibility for wind industry

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New Danish Energy Agreement: good deal and clear visibility for wind industry

Last Friday the Danish government and parliament reached an agreement on a new long-term energy policy that will run to 2030.

The Energy Agreement will get Denmark to 55% of renewable energy by 2030. This means all of its electricity and heating needs will be generated by renewables. The deal includes new commitments for the build-out of offshore wind. Three new offshore wind farms with a capacity of at least 2.4 GW will be built in the next decade. The first of those offshore wind farms will be tendered in 2019-2020 and commissioned between 2024 and 2027. Future onshore wind deployment in Denmark will be supported through auctions. The government plans to reduce the number of wind turbines from 4300 to 1850. This means that onshore wind in Denmark is... ... More: Official Press Release WindEurope

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