Renewable Energy in Denmark - Opportunities and Challenges of the Clean Energy Package

Parliament of Denmark, Copenhagen, 23 February 2018

 

In cooperation with the Danish Parliament, EUFORES hosted a workshop to discuss the latest developments regarding the Renewable Energy Directive as well as the specific context of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Denmark. 

The workshop aimed at fostering the national and European discussion on the Danish energy strategy, amongst Members of the Danish and the European Parliament, representatives of ministries, industry, NGOs, scientists and other stakeholders. A representative of the European Commission provided national stakeholders with an update on planned activities and current negotiations.

For more details, please find the agenda here.

Presentations

Dam, Henrik: "The impact of the EU's clean energy package on Denmark's energy transition"

Kielichowska, Izabela: "Prospects and requirements for the new renewables action plans in Denmark"

Stridbaek, Ulrik: "A world that runs entirely on green energy: RES as key to a cleaner future" 

Hylleberg, Jan: "What the wind industry wants from the Clean Energy Package" 

Petersen, Morten: "The Danish energy transition: What happened to the pivotal role of rural communities and small decentralised wind?"

Vad Mathiesen, Brian: "Smart Energy Systems or Electrification - Infrastructures and paths to 100% renewable energy"

Andersen, Torben: "Sustainable ways of transport: e-mobility and beyond"

 

 

 

 

 

The workshop is organised within the project of Renewables Networking Platform. Please find more information here

Hosted by the Danish Parliament

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