EurActiv (22 May 2020)
Denmark plans to build two “energy islands” totalling 4GW of offshore wind capacity, under plans to reduce emissions by 70% from 1990s levels by 2030 and become a green energy exporter. EURACTIV’s media partner, Climate Home News, reports.
On Wednesday, the Danish government published a six-pillar proposal to meet the legally binding target – one of the most ambitious in the world – six months after it was adopted by Parliament as part of a new climate law. Denmark has also committed to become carbon neutral by 2050.
The government said the proposal, which is subject to parliamentary approval, opened a new era in the expansion of offshore wind and the creation of energy islands.
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