Share of green Danish energy rose again in 2015

The production of renewable energy covered 56 percent of Danish electricity consumption in 2015, show new statistics.

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The Danish Energy Agency has published Energistatistik 2015 (Energy Statistics 2015) and the figures for last year shows that Denmark's electricity consumption contains a record level of green sources.

In 2015, green energy sources represented 56 percent of Danish electricity consumption compared to 53.4 percent the year before.

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