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Eurowind Energy plans five large energy centers in Denmark

Eurowind Energy wants to launch five land-based energy centers with a total capacity of approximately 2.5 GW in Denmark in the coming years.

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Eurowind Energy has entered into agreements with the landowners for the use of their land on all five projects. The developer plans to expand already existing locations so that all five projects will include wind turbines, solar PV, batteries, and PtX (hydrogen production).

Jens Rasmussen, CEO of Eurowind Energy, said: "Our starting point is always that we have secured the rights to use the land, so we have something specific to announce. We have now come so far on all five projects that we can share the wider perspectives of our energy centers. Common to all the projects is that they are much more than just another wind farm. These will be major centers where green energy is produced and processed on a very significant scale."

The first energy center will be Energipark Aalborg, which will be supplemented by electricity from wind turbines in Brønderslev Municipality. The three further projects are Nørrekær Enge II in Vesthimmerland and Aalborg municipalities, Energipark Overgaard in Randers Municipality, and Energipark Gasse Hede and Vollum Enge in Tønder Municipality.

Overgaard Energy Park is Denmark's largest onshore wind farm and will be expanded by more than 700 hectares of solar PV. An application was made for planning consent.

At the same time, Eurowind Energy is working to include biogas and the next steps in the refining of hydrogen as part of the energy centers.

“There is a major need for more locally produced biogas in combination with green electricity production. Our starting point is always the green power. However, more biogas will help to phase out the use of Russian gas and natural gas from the North Sea. We also believe the soil should preserve all nutrients through gasification instead of burning straw and other crops. Burning removes the nutrients completely. When it comes to the refining of hydrogen, it would be smart to carry out the process near a CO2 source such as biogas", says Rasmussen.

The idea is to export the model to other countries: “Our concept of large energy centers can be exported. We are active in 14 other markets, both in Europe and the US, and in most of those markets, we will be able to transfer the idea of energy centers with very limited modifications. Energy centers can become an export opportunity that we must not underestimate.”

Eurowind Energy
Windfair Editors
Eurowind Energy, energy center, Denmark, planning, developer, wind, solar, battery, hydrogen, biogas, MW

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