Policy - 23/May/2018

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Interview with Lars Christian Lilleholt, Danish energy minister

In conversation with FORESIGHT, Lars Christian Lilleholt, Danish energy minister, discusses his plans for the country’s transition to a 100% renewable economy and why he believes Denmark can, and should, continue to decrease its emissions while cutting taxes and boosting jobs and growth. ...

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