Offshore wind given prime role in new Danish green tech export partnership

A new Danish partnership has received more than half the government's DKK 25 billion in aid for a green technology fund targeting offshore wind, district heating and energy optimization, all of which have big export potential.

Photo: Gwynt y Mor

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) and the Danish Export Credit Agency (EKF) have formed a new partnership meant to share the country's experience with climate change mitigation with the rest of the world.

When the country's government launched the Danish Green Future Fund, EKF was allocated DKK 14 billion (EUR 1.88 billion) out of DKK 25 billion in total, with the money earmarked for promoting the export of climate solutions.

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