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Denmark to relocate auction funds to test turbines

The Danish government and supporting party Dansk Folkeparti (The Danish People's Party) have moved funds from the upcoming solar and wind tenders to a special pool of approximately DKK 210 for test turbines which can receive subsidies for 20 years.

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Denmark wants to remain in the lead when it comes to developing the technology behind wind power.

This ambition has prompted the country's government and supporting party Dansk Folkeparti (The Danish People's Party) to establish a special pool which will contain around DKK 210 million (EUR 28 million) for test turbines to be constructed outside of test centers, announces the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate.

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