Denmark is building two energy islands that could accelerate Europe’s green transition.

The islands – which will consist of one artificial island in the North Sea and one built on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea – will produce wind energy and, in the future, green hydrogen power.

The projects signal a new, integrated approach to generating renewable energy. Located 100 km from the Danish mainland, the artificial North Sea island has the potential to supply electricity to several countries alongside Denmark, including the Netherlands, the UK, and Belgium – a scale which hasn’t been previously possible. As well as contributing to the EU’s 2050 net zero target, the renewable energy source would lessen Europe’s reliance on Russian gas.

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