Danish energy technology exports have stagnated in recent years, and the country's government has a plan in its upcoming energy deal to boost this area, reports local media Børsen Tuesday.
The boost will entail an injection of DKK 175 million (EUR 23.5 million) over six years, beginning in 2019. This corresponds to an annual strengthening of DKK 30 million. The money will be spent expanding the export system, where Denmark already cooperates with Germany, the UK and the US. The system will both be extended and see the addition of two new countries and four energy consultants.
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