Danish government considers tax restructuring for better competitiveness of geothermal

THINK GEOENERGY | As part of preliminary plans for how Denmark should reduce CO2 emissions by 70 per cent by 2030 compared to the level in 1990, the government proposes a number of  bold efforts. Among them two energy islands with offshore wind, that could see wind power and effective connection to grids supplying power to Poland and the Netherlands.

The plans go beyond the key elements of the energy islands, transportation and fuels, Green industry transformation and collaboration with business, Efficient use of energy and renovations, green waste and recycling, and mentions “Green heat for the Danes”.

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