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Danish wind power could be environmental problems

Tuesday, 08 November 2011
Denmark's wind power investment may fail to benefit the environment, according to warnings from warns chairman of “The Økonomisk Advice” Hans Jorgen Whitten-Jacobsen.

Wind power is pitted to provide half of Denmark's electricity in 2020, a move that costs the equivalent of Skr49 billion.

But only if the conversion gives cheaper electricity it’s not sensible, says Whitten-Jacobsen according to the Danish business daily, Børsen. But all this in the carbon-free energy can reduce the price of C02 quotas, which can be left to increased electricity production in other coal plants.
By Scancomark.se Team

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