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Copenhagen agrees to set up green fund worth more than EUR 7bn

The broad majority of Danish parliament agrees to establish a new fund worth roughly EUR 7bn to invest in climate change mitigation.

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A broad group of parties in Danish parliament have reached an accord to establish a green state fund to invest in, for instance, reforestation, expanding offshore wind, and installing other green transition technologies like Power-to-X, pyrolysis, and carbon capture and sequestration.

Capitalized with DKK 53.5bn (EUR 7.2bn), the new green fund is meant to further accelerate the green transition in the period 2024–2040.

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