28. June 2024
The competitive bidding process for the new CCS Fund, providing funds for approximately DKK 28 billion over 16 years, is now being opened with the publication of the public consultation material. Capture and storage of CO2 is considered crucial for meeting Denmark’s climate targets.
25. June 2024
The Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities and the Danish Energy Agency invite all actors to attend the presentation of the draft tender material for the Danish CCS Fund Friday the 28th of June at 08:30-09:30 am.
20. June 2024
The Danish subsoil is particularly well suited for carbon storage, and this can help prevent global warming. The Danish Energy Agency has recommended that the Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities grant three licenses to explore the Danish onshore subsoil for carbon storage potentials. If further investigations confirm that the subsoil is suitable for safe onshore carbon storage, as expected, the licensees can later apply for a license to commence storage.
13. May 2024
Plan for Program Bornholm Energy Island sets the framework for the future Energy Island at Bornholm and the adjacent coastal areas. Bornholm Energy Island consist of an offshore wind farm south of Bornholm as well as high-voltage installations on Bornholm and Zealand. The energy island will have a capacity of up to 3.8 GW and will thus play an important role in the phasing out of fossil energy sources.
24. April 2024
The procurement procedure being announced by the Danish Energy Agency could entail a massive increase in Danish offshore wind capacity. The procurement procedure will enable establishment of a minimum of 6 GW offshore wind power, to be completed in 2030.