A majority in the Danish parliament has signed an ambitious climate agreement seeking to reduce greenhouse gas emission by 70% by 2030 on a 1990 baseline, the Ministry of Climate and Energy said June 22. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now With climate neutrality by 2050 the ultimate goal, Denmark aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 1.4 million mt/year by 2025 in an interim step, accelerating to 3.4 million mt/year by 2030. The centerpiece of the agreement is creation of two energy islands connecting 5 GW of offshore wind capacity. “The energy islands will be the world’s first and must future-proof Danish offshore wind expansion,” the ministry said. The largest island in the North Sea would have capacity for 3 […]