Over half of Denmark’s energy in 2019 came from renewable sources, marking the first time the country has hit the 50 percent mark.
Figures from 2019 show the landmark use of renewable energy.
In 2018, the country took 43.5 percent of its energy from solar and wind power, while the figure for 2017 was just under 46 percent.
The data comes from state-owned company Energinet, which runs Denmark’s power grid. Continue reading “Denmark’s renewable energy use passes landmark and is poised to grow in 2020s”