In-Depth Review of Energy Efficiency Policies and Programmes of Denmark
Article from: OGEL 5 (2004), in The Energy Charter Treaty
Denmark is a producer of oil, natural gas and renewable energies. domestic oil and gas started making significant contributions in the early 1980s and denmark is now self-sufficient in energy. Because it is dependent on imports of coal for a large share of its electricity production, energy security is an important issue in energy policy, even with its sizeable domestic energy production. Denmark is part of the nordic electricity market organised in the nord pool. there are relatively large swings in the trade balance for electricity, depending on price levels in the nord pool determined ...