New lab seeks to harmonize nature with green power

A new research project backed by sector lobbies Wind Denmark and Danish Energy seeks to improve conditions for the co-existence of wind turbines, solar panels and nature, thereby ensuring both biodiversity and more green energy.

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Although many renewable energy projects have been stymied by findings showing negative impacts on nature and biodiversity at renewable energy project sites, things don't necessary have to be that way, say interest groups Wind Denmark and Danish Energy.

These two lobbies find that, in many instances, renewable energy projects can be made to harmonize well with nature and animal life – the trick is just to figure out how.

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