Denmark Aims to Get 50% of all Electricity from Wind Power

The country aims to supply 35% of its total energy from renewables by 2020 and 100% by 2050.

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The Danish government has stepped up its green energyand carbon reduction targets for 2020, hailing the plan as the “broadest, greenest, and most long-term energy agreement” it has ever reached.

Danish minister for climate, energy and building, Martin Lidegaard, confirmed on Friday that parliament had agreed a new set of goals designed to wean the country off oil and gas.

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