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Wind Power in Denmark
About a fifth of the electricity produced annually in Denmark is generated by wind. Of this, just over a half can be used directly within national borders over the year. The rest must be exported (often at much reduced prices) to preserve the integrity of domestic grids. The need to backup the variable supply of wind power with electricity from combined heat and power plants for internal use, and the necessity to export large surpluses of wind power, means that . . . Complete article »
Analysis of Wind Power in the Danish Electricity Supply in 2005 and 2006
Summary: It is often said that wind power covers c. 20% of Danish electricity consumption. It is more correct to say that the production of power by Danish wind turbines corresponds to about 20% of electricity demand. A considerable part of the wind energy produced is exported to neighboring countries and thus does not cover any part of Danish electricity consumption. Now, the question is how can one know that it is wind energy and not coal-electricity which is exported? . . . Complete article »
Wind power in West Denmark. Lessons for the UK
Revised October 2005 “It is high time that our politicians and ‘green’ organisations were asked to justify their support for the massive economic outlay and potentially horrific environmental impact associated with wind technology in its present form …” Download original document: “Wind power in West Denmark. Lessons for the UK” Complete article »
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