- American Samoa
- Czech Republic
- Equatorial Guinea
- Hong Kong S.A.R., China
- New Zealand
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Turks and Caicos Islands
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
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Transmission & Distribution
Danish consortium issues tender for flexibility market pilot
Applications are due by 15th February for participation in the scheme at congested substations in Lolland.
Danish TSO, DSOs to launch a flexibility pilot
The project will seek to avoid congestion from renewable generation sources and ultimately reduce the need for grid investment.
Zero carbon heat – lessons from Denmark
Progress on decarbonising heat has been slow but technology, policy and finance options are available to accelerate developments.
Farewell DONG, welcome Ørsted
European energy company DONG Energy is rebranding itself as Ørsted Energy to reflect its changing nature in the market.
Facebook's Denmark data centre will supply heat to city
The planned Facebook Danish data centre will feed hot air into the district heating system of the nearby city of Odense.
Vestas and Tesla to work on wind energy storage solutions
Vestas Wind Systems has announced that it is working with Tesla Inc. to research the best way of combining wind turbines and batteries.
Denmark's Energinet launches landmark open energy data portal
The Danish supplier's new data service gives developers Application Programming Interface access to create new energy services.
First UK city plans smart traffic lights installation
Milton Keynes could be the first UK city to install smart traffic lights that are capable of easing congestion.
Denmark does U-turn on cutting EV tax relief to curb falling sales
The prolonging of tax breaks aims to reverse a decline in Denmark’s electric vehicle sales.
Plugging into Denmark’s energy potential
Denmark’s electricity grids should be further connected to neighbouring countries, says European Commission.