Danish offshore wind expansion may fail due to limited port capacity

Given the present size and capacity of Danish ports, Denmark’s ambitions to expand its offshore wind installations and maintain a position as a world-leader in wind energy may prove impossible to achieve.

Photo: Ørsted

Last month, the Danish Energy Agency launched the state’s largest procurement process for offshore wind power. By 2030, the project is aimed to increase the national offshore wind capacity of 2.7 GW by an additional 6 GW at least.  “We’re delighted to announce the largest offshore wind procurement procedure in Denmark to date. This is […]

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