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DENMARK UPS EMISSIONS TARGET, DEVELOPS WIND ENERGY ISLANDS

Denmark stressed the importance of wind energy and the development of offshore energy islands on the second day of an international climate summit, pointing to a massive energy island project, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa) reported.

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An artificial island in the North Sea with hundreds of offshore wind turbines generating clean energy and clean fuel for millions of households in Europe is the "Danish vision of the world's first energy island," Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said in her speech on Friday.


"Already today, 50 percent of Denmark's electricity comes from wind energy; this should be expanded," she stressed.

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"The next task is to convert green energy into green fuels in order to reduce emissions from trucks, planes, and ships, Frederiksen said. At the same time, these innovations generate many jobs," she added.

She thanked Biden for bringing the US back into the Paris global climate agreement.


The Social Democratic government in Copenhagen has set a target to reduce Danish greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.


This is currently the most ambitious emissions target of all EU states. The whole of Denmark is united behind this goal, Frederiksen said. The energy island she mentioned for storing offshore wind energy is to be built about 80 kilometers off the coast of Jutland.



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