“Denmark has reportedly set a record by sourcing almost half of its power from wind energy. 

The European country received 47 percent of its electricity from wind in 2019, based on preliminary data, the grid operator Energinet said Thursday, according to Reuters. This is an increase from wind accounting for 41 percent of the power in 2018, and it also bypasses the 2017 record of 43 percent. 

The boost is credited to big cost reductions and improved offshore technology, including the Horns Rev 3 offshore wind that opened in the North Sea in August, according to the news wire…”

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