Policy - 07/May/2018

Bornholm Island a test bed for new energy technologies

Denmark's "sunshine island" is taking its efforts to become carbon neutral beyond wind energy. Experiments with solar technologies are directed towards achieving heating, cooling and electricity generation from a single source of clean energy.

Bornholm, a Danish island due south of Sweden in the Baltic Sea, is making itself into a “Bright Green Island” by pursuing a goal of carbon neutrality by 2025. To get there, Bornholm has become a laboratory for new technologies and strategies to cut emissions. ...

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