The wind blew more than usual in 2020 across Denmark, and a higher number of wind turbines were installed. And yet, there was once again no success raising wind energy's share of domestic power consumption above the magic threshold of 50 percent. If wind power's proportion even rose compared to the 46.9 percent seen in 2019, it would have been by a tiny margin.
The cause is as simple as it is perplexing: Increasingly often, wind turbines were shut off when the wind was blowing.
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