European Energy wants offshore wind turbines closer to people

If politicians want to promote wind energy while also protecting homeowners from views of wind turbines, they may as well cancel climate change mitigation efforts. Knud Erik Andersen, CEO of Danish firm European Energy, criticizes attitudes to wind energy in Danish politics.
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Niels Ahlmann Olesen
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Niels Ahlmann Olesen

Knud Erik Andersen stops mid-sentence. The CEO of European Energy is discussing whether wind projects developed by the company across Denmark fit the bill for the Denmark's upcoming technology-neutral tender. He takes a few seconds to recall the right word to describe the projects.

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