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This means that renewables covered 20.2% of the Danish adjusted gross energy consumption in 2010. The target in the Energy Agreement of February 2008 is for renewables to cover 20% by 2011. Calculated in accordance with the EU calculation method, renewable energy’s share rose from 20.1% in 2009 to 22.3% in 2010. Denmark has an EU commitment to increase the percentage of renewable energy to 30% by 2020. Production of electricity from renewables accounted for 33.1% of Danish domestic electricity supply in 2010. Of this figure, wind power accounted for 20.7%.
Post date: 18 Oct 2011
Type: News

On the first day after opening, Commissioner General Dietmar Schmitz already welcomed a host of high-ranking guests to the German Pavilion. In addition to Lady Catherine Ashton, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union, Sichuan’s Party Secretary Liu Qi-Bao, Düsseldorf’s Lord Mayor Dirk Elbers and the economic ministers of both Luxembourg and Russia, Jeannot Krecké and Viktor Hristenko, also toured the German Pavilion.
Post date: 12 May 2010
Type: News

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Post date: 10 Jun 2009
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