Two new wind farms in the straight of Øresund, separating the Danish capital region from Southern Sweden, could be underway. Denmark's energy regulator has given the Copenhagen utility Hofor permission to conduct preliminary site surveys for two potential offshore wind farms, the Danish energy regulator says in a press statement.
Hofor will collect data for analysis, and based on this assess the potential wind farms' impact on a range of factors, including environment, nature and air traffic.
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