This study is in Danish, but even without Danish the graphs are clear, showing a strong correlation between wind energy production and export of electricity. Thus the evidence shows that wind provides very little of Denmark’s electricity. When the wind blows, the extra power is exported.
Download original document: “Analyse af Vindkraft i Dansk Elforsyning 2005 og 2006”
The English translation is now available: click here.
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