The Kingdom of Denmark is a sovereign state in northern Europe with the capital in Copenhagen, a member of the European union (EU) and the senior member of the Danish Realm which also comprises Greenland and the Faroe Islands. The country is divided into five regions.
Denmark’s renewables market
Denmark together with other Scandinavian countries is among the world’s leaders in terms of ecologically clean energy and resources.
In July 2015, Denmark produced 140% of its energy needs from renewables and exported the excess to its neighbors, Germany, Sweden and Norway (despite the fact Norway is one of the world’s biggest crude oil makers).
Denmark's latest energy market news
- Colombian Energy Minister: Latin America eyes 70% of renewable energy by 2030
- Danish pension funds to invest USD50 million in renewable energy transition until 2030
- France to build debut plant under European battery consortium
- Asnæs – biomass energy plant — 25 MW, Denmark, 2020
- Kalundborg Bioenergi – biogas plant – 8 mcm, Denmark, 2018
- Anholt – offshore wind farm – 400 MW, Denmark, 2013