Learn from Denmark



Learn from Denmark Denmark. Future of Japanese offshore wind power generation (Part 2)

Denmark is a top runner in the field of offshore wind power generation. Izumi Tanaka, a commercial officer (in charge of the environment and energy) of the Denmark Embassy (in charge of the environment and energy), talked about the future of Japan's offshore wind power generation. (Click here for the first part) Denmark people who chose their own clean energy SeeingWhen did Denmark have been ruddered to renewable energy? You've been promoting energy policies that don't rely on nuclear power since the first oil shock. Currently, there is no nuclear power plant in Denmark. TanakaIn fact, during the oil shock, there was a fierce debate on whether to introduce nuclear power in Denmark. Some claimed to introduce it, and public...

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Learn from Denmark Denmark. Future of Japanese offshore wind power generation (Part 1)

Denmark has ran the world's forefront in the green energy field. The main axis is wind power generation. In addition to the spread of land and wind power, the world's first commercial offering wind power plant was built in 1991. In 2020, more than 46 % of domestic power consumption was covered by wind power. How did Denmark become a developed country of clean energy? And how will the Japanese wind power generation industry develop in the future? Izumi Tanaka and members of Relatech, a commercial officer (in charge of the environment and energy) of the Denmark Embassy (in charge of the environment and energy), talked at the Denmark Embassy in Shibuya, Tokyo.   Denmark that makes use of revenge...

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