The Danish part of the North Sea has several times been declared a "Silicon Valley" of wind power generation. Resources in those waters are so enormous that they exceed Denmark's energy needs by far, and the region could as such play a key part in the entire EU's struggle to reach its climate change mitigation targets.
But according to trade organizations Danish Energy and Wind Denmark, a so-called screening of the waters conducted by the Danish Energy Agency in April might block the realization of Denmark's large offshore wind potential, writes Danish newspaper Information.
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