Wind accounted for 47 percent of Denmark's power usage last year, up from 41 percent in 2018 and beating a previous record of 43 percent in 2017, the country's grid operator Energinet said
January 02, 2020. By News Bureau
Denmark obtained close to half its electricity consumption from wind power last year, a new record for the Nordic country and an important step in comprehending one of the world's most aspiring climate targets.
Wind accounted for 47 per cent of Denmark's power usage last year, up from 41 per cent in 2018 and beating a previous record of 43 per cent in 2017, the country's grid operator Energinet said.
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