June 2012
Global Energy Market Research: Denmark;Jun2012, p26
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The article provides a forecast for the energy industry of Denmark. It mentions that final energy consumption is expected to increase by 2020, which will reflect an increase in the consumption of the country's industrial and transport sectors. It states that electric power generation will continue to move towards renewable energy, especially with the expected expansion of the wind energy sector. It also notes that gas production is expected to decline until 2014-2015.


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