EnergyWatch

Denmark's new green power plan will compensate for CCS lack

The Danish government's new energy roadmap clarifies that, by 2025 at the latest, policy must be set for guiding emissions cuts of 70 percent. The long process of establishing CCS requires a new plan for renewables, the government says.

Photo: Emil Agerskov

Focusing on new technologies able to help reduce Denmark's climate emissions and achieve national targets, the country's government had already set much of the course for the domestic energy sector.

Whilst carbon capture and sequestration figures in policy as a main avenue toward emissions cuts, a problem has arisen. Establishing large CCS facilities takes time, which is why more renewable power must be added for the country to achieve its objectives before deadline, the Danish government informs in a climate program published Wednesday.

Read the whole article

Get 14 days free access.
No credit card required.

An error has occured. Please try again later.

Get full access for you and your coworkers.

Start a free company trial today

More from EnergyWatch

Employee of Danish marine fuel supplier charged for corruption in Singapore

A trader at KPI Oceanconnect, a subsidiary of Bunker Holding, has been charged with corruption totaling at least USD 191,250 as rewards for nominating Straits for the supply of bunker fuel to KPI's customers. The employee has been suspended and his contract terminated, the company informs ShippingWatch.

EU awards big aid for Danish scaled green hydrogen push

The European Union has green-lit millions of euros of subsidy for a 100MW hydrogen project in Denmark with the involvement of several big domestic players. The project is meant to be the enabling stepping stone for GW-scale H2 projects as well as electrolysis at sea.

Further reading

Related articles

Trial banner

Latest News

See all jobs