This is an interview with Martin Agerup of CEPOS and Hugh Sharman of Incoteco discussing Denmark’s experience with wind energy. Denmark produces the equivalent of 20% of their electricity from wind, but they must export most of it to neighboring countries. Often this electricity is sold for much less than it costs to produce it, and the Danish taxpayer pays the difference.

To learn the details of Denmark’s wind energy experiment, read Agerup and Sharman’s new study “Wind Energy: The Case of Denmark,” available for PDF download here:

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