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Industry leader of renewable energy storage

Denmark is a showcase for renewable energy. For developing and testing new technology, we provide the best conditions in Europe.
A global reputation as a leading renewable energy nation does not come over night. In Denmark, we have focused on green energy for more than 40 years. Today, more than 50% of the energy in our electricity grid comes from renewable sources – one of the highest levels in the world.

The public-private sector’s strong commitment to renewable energy and our extensive wind power industry are two key reasons why international businesses come to Denmark. They find the best possible conditions here for developing and testing new technology.


  • R&D collaboration with Danish universities.

  • Ideal conditions for establishing your European headquarters.

  • Technology development centres.

  • A critical mass of world-leading industry players.

  • Danish energy technology research, which is internationally recognised by world-class academic institutions.

  • Extensive private-public cooperation.

  • Excellent test market.

Discover future energy storage solutions

The high level of renewable energy in the Danish grid means there is a natural focus on possibilities for energy storage and adoption of innovative technologies. Here are a few examples.

  • A Copenhagen residential area called EnergyLab Nordhavn is exploring innovative energy solutions for urban areas. A full-scale smart city energy lab, it demonstrates how electricity and heating, energy-efficient buildings and electric transport can be integrated into an intelligent, flexible and optimised energy system. The Swiss industrial technology company ABB has delivered the battery energy storage system for the project. This will supply power to approximately 200 apartments in Copenhagen during periods of peak daily demand. 

  • The Danish energy company SEAS-NVE is exploring ways to store high volumes of energy in rock heated to 600 degrees.

  • Other companies – often in combination with biogas facilities – are exploring options for converting excess renewable energy into hydrogen. This will then be used in industrial processes for transportation or injected directly into the Danish grid.

  • Denmark’s salt caverns are also being investigated for energy storage opportunities in the form of gasses.

Fact 70% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030

In mid-2020, the Danish government and a majority of parliament passed one of the most ambitious acts on reducing greenhouse emissions in the world. The Climate Act legally commits future governments to reduce greenhouse emissions by 70 % by 2030 compared to 1990 levels and towards net zero by 2050. 

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