The Danish Energy Agreement 2012

Kröger, James
December 2012
Renewable Energy Law & Policy Review;2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p292
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the energy policy approach of Danish government to promote renewable energies. It states that the new policy mains to increase both the share of wind energy to 50% of total electricity consumption and the shares of renewable energies to 35% of the total final energy consumption by 2020. It indicates that the new energy policy approach focuses on energy efficiency, offshore wind power and bioenergy.


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