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Denmark wants more green power for the price of less

The Danish government presented its proposed energy policy today. Tariffs will be lowered for private customers as well as companies, and a pool for utilizing surplus heating will be established.

Denmark's Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt | Photo: /ritzau/Jens Dresling

Denmark has now presented its future energy policy, in which the government proposes lowering several tariffs.

These include the electricity tariff. According to rumors, this will be lowered by a total DKK 25 cents (EUR 3.4 cents) per KWh by 2025 and the reduction will be phased in from 2019. The electric heating tariff will also be lowered to DKK 15 cents per KWh from 2021.

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