New energy agreement opens up for giant wind turbines on land

One aspect of the new energy agreement, which was supported by a wide majority in Parliament in June, was a reduction in the number of turbines on land and more offshore wind farms. The new agreement allows for turbines of up to 250 metres. The new agreement states there should be a maximum of 1,850 turbines on land by 2030, as opposed to the 4,000-odd at present. But there is no size limit included in the agreement, and that will be left up to municipalities to decide “according to current practice”. A number of parties in Parliament have been agitating for larger turbines and Vestas already produces turbines with - CPH Post -



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