Denmark and China to boost collaboration in energy

China and Denmark should be better at exchanging experiences and solutions within renewables, says the Danish energy minister.

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Denmark and China should strengthen their cooperation in the field of energy and this is why the Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Christian Lilleholt, has signed a new renewables deal with China in Beijing.

The deal entails that Denmark will work even more closely alongside the world's greatest carbon emitter in the transition to renewable energy.

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