– One of the largest green projects of our time – E24

– One of the largest green projects of our time – E24

The Danish parties agree on the structure for an artificial energy island outside Bournemouth. According to a broader political agreement, the state must hold at least 50.1 percent.

This is what an artificial energy island in the North Sea looks like. Its value is estimated to be close to NOK 300 billion.

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It writes to one of the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Supply News.

The parties to the agreement are the Liberal Party, the Danish People’s Party, the Socialist People’s Party, the far left, the Unity List, the Conservative People’s Party, the Liberal Alliance and the Alternative.

The cost of the project is estimated 210 billion Danish kroner (289 billion Norwegian kroner).

Have energy island Facility For marine air production and related activities such as batteries, data centers and hydrogen in the North Sea.

Energy Island in the North Sea is one of the largest green projects of our time, with great interest and commitment from both Folketting and the business community, says Danish Climate Minister Dan Jர்கrgensen.

– It emphasizes the agreement, where we are now taking an important step that will help ensure strong, green cooperation between the public and private business sectors, he says.

The island is scheduled to be ready between 2030 and 2033, and hundreds of sea wind turbines will be built around the island.

Denmark aims to reduce CO emissions by 70% by 2030. Norway plans to halve its emissions over the same period.

Don Jர்கrgensen, Minister of Climate Change of Denmark.

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Expanding to 10 gigawatts

According to the agreement, Danes’ goal is to create 10 gigawatts of sea air around the island, including three gigawatts already decided.

Electricity will be transported to Denmark or Europe in conjunction with grid operator Energinet, and under contracts, costs for the phases will often go to seawater developers in the area.

With such capacity, Dance can generate about 40 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity a year, giving it an average of 4,000 hours of full operation per year. By comparison, Norway’s total power generation is 150 TWh per year.

Agreement It proposes that private actors submit a single tender for the entire project so that more comprehensive plans can be prepared to create and implement a market consortium.

The agreement seeks further study to determine the size of the island by the end of 2021.

Among the players interested in bidding on the project is coastal air developer Astret, along with the Danish pension fund ATP.

The island project was recently sent back, after earlier warnings that it would end in dire straits Defamation plan IC4, Danish train company DSP Rail bought late and more expensive train sets than planned.

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