Denmark's Climate Status and Outlook

Denmark’s Climate Status and Outlook 2021 (CSO21) is a technical assessment of how Denmark’s greenhouse gas emissions, as well as Denmark’s energy consumption and production will evolve over the period up to 2030 based on the assumption of a frozen-policy scenario (“with existing measures”).

A frozen-policy scenario describes a scenario with existing measures, i.e. a scenario in which no new policies are introduced.

CSO21 helps to examine the extent to which Denmark's climate and energy targets and commitments will be met within the framework of current regulation.

CSO21 can thus be used as a technical reference when planning new measures in the climate and energy area, and when assessing the impact of such measures.

 

Denmark's Climate Status and Outlook 2021 (CSO21)

Denmark's Energy and Climate Outlook 2020

DECO20 helps to examine the extent to which Denmark's climate and energy targets and commitments will be met within the framework of current regulation.


DECO20 can thus be used as a technical reference when planning new measures in the climate and energy area, and when assessing the impact of such measures.

Denmark’s Energy and Climate Outlook 2020 (DECO20)

 

Denmark's Energy and Climate Outlook 2019

DECO19 helps to examine the extent to which Denmark's climate and energy targets and commitments will be met within the framework of current regulation.

DECO19 can thus be used as a technical reference when planning new measures in the climate and energy area, and when assessing the impact of such measures.

Denmark's Energy and Climate Outlook 2019

Background material

Tables

Figures

Analysis of the Potential for Corporate Power Purchasing Agreements for Renewable Energy Production in Denmark

Additional background reports and data (In Danish)

 

Contact

Henvendelser vedrørende KF
Birgitte Gersfelt-Larsen
Chief Advisor (+45) 3392 6830