With financial backing from Denmark's Innovation Fund and in collaboration with the Danish Technological Institute and Aarhus University, work commences to address the wind industry's environmentally guilty conscience.
More projects are coming in than being approved, and the municipal veto is prompting blockages. Swedish wind energy is ready for enormous expansion these years, but regulations aren't in line with the green wave, worries sector organization.
The German-Spanish OEM has now signed its third deal in Sweden with renewables developer Baywa r.e. pertaining to a 62-MW wind farm located near the town of Växjö in the country's southern region of Småland.
As a part of the Danish manufacturer's investment program, NKT is planning to build a new test center for high-voltage cables in Cologne, Germany, as well as a new extrusion tower at its plant in Karlskrona, Sweden.
Sector organization Biogas Danmark holds that Danish taxation levels make it difficult to pursue biogas within the country's transport sector. A big mistake, says the organization's CEO, Frank Rosager.
Under the right framework conditions, NXT Green Energy expects to make its final investment decision on a liquefied biogas facility in Denmark. Director Jens Peter Lunden says the investment involves several hundred million Danish kroner.
Even though the OEM has done a fine job handling Covid-19, according to Vestas' CEO, the outbreak that's still affecting the Ringkøbing factory has provided insights on what happens when anti-contagion protocols slacken.