For quite some time, Denmark has actively shift its energy source from traditional to healthier and environment-friendly source the wind and other renewable.
According to the official website of Denmark, creating a green and sustainable society is one of the key goals for Denmark.
It also said that more than 20 per cent of Denmark’s energy already comes from renewable energy, and the goal is to reach 100 per cent by 2050. Much of the renewable energy comes from wind turbines, where Denmark is a world leader when it comes to developing new technology.
In fact, the heavy winds pushed turbines to produce 97 gigawatt-hours, enough to power 10 million homes for 24 hours.
This new milestone has been reported in Germany, Scotland and United Kingdom.
Furthermore, Europe is quickly becoming the world leader in renewable energy transition.
The Danish cycling culture is another example of a green and sustainable society and Copenhagen alone has around 400 km of cycle paths, and about 40 per cent of the capital’s population commute to work by bicycle, says Denmark’s website.