New Energy Islands
The construction of two energy islands will be the beginning of a new era for future development of Danish offshore wind.
Our areas of responsibility
At the Danish Energy Agency, we are making a difference every day – in Denmark and in countries all over the world. We view climate change as the biggest challenge we are facing. We know we need to be ambitious and innovative in our approach to climate change mitigation. Our goal is a well-planned green transition with Denmark leading the way, sharing Danish experiences and solutions globally. Read more about our work.
10. September 2021
Yesterday, the Honorable Minister R.K. Singh and Honorable Minister Dan Jørgensen inaugurated the joint Centre of Excellence for Offshore Wind and Renewable Energy in New Delhi. The vision is to become a nationally and internationally recognized, respected and leading knowledge hub working for a sustainable development of offshore wind energy in India.
7. September 2021
The Danish Energy Agency invites potential tenderers to participate in an orientation meeting as part of the second market dialogue regarding the procurement framework for the construction and co-ownership of the Energy Island in the North Sea.
8. July 2021
The Ukrainian-Danish government cooperation is now embarking on a new five-year programme. The programme has a special focus on long-term energy planning, energy efficiency and district heating, where there is great potential for reducing both Ukraine's energy consumption and imports of fossil fuels.
1. July 2021
Today, around a third of the world's energy is used on heating and cooling. Especially in China, the potential for green heating is huge. Based on this, UNEP DTU Partnership and the Danish Energy Agency are entering into a new cooperation agreement on district heating in China.
28. June 2021
The Danish Energy Agency kicks off the tender process for the forthcoming technology neutral tender with the release of the tender documents. The forthcoming technology neutral tender will be held in the autumn 2021.