Denmark's next North Sea-style venture? Gas consumers could go green in 2035

A new analysis shows that before long, enough green biogas could be produced to cover energy consumption in Denmark by 2035. Danish gas production is currently at a crossroads which somewhat resembles the one faced by renewable energy in recent years – the question is whether gas faces the same future.
Photo: /ritzau/ Finn Frandsen
Photo: /ritzau/ Finn Frandsen

While Danish self-sufficiency on North Sea natural gas is slowly coming to an end, a new source of heat for Danish gas consumers is emerging on Danish soil.

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