Electricity Industry Profiles—Denmark

Electricity Industry Profiles—Denmark

€10 Billion of Investment in Renewables will See Denmark 90% Fossil Free by 2030

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15-Sep-2017
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Europe
Research Code: 9AAE-00-67-00-00
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The increase in electricity generation from renewables is expected to come primarily from the expansion of wind power and conversion of power plants to substitute wooden pellets as a primary fuel. In 2015, the share of fossil fuels in electricity generated was 33%; Frost & Sullivan forecasts this to be 8% by 2030. Wind power accounted for 41.5% of the electricity generation in 2015. Frost & Sullivan projects that the share would increase to approximately 60% by 2025. Frost & Sullivan expects investments of around $2.8 billion for new offshore wind developments in the country with new capacity additions of 1.4 GW expected to come online by 2021. Denmark has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30% since 1990. With current measures in place, Frost & Sullivan estimates that emissions will be approximately 40% lower by 2020 – surpassing Denmark’s EU commitment of 34%.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Denmark

Research Scope

Research Profile

Forecasting Methodology

Key Findings

Drivers and Restraints

Drivers and Restraints Explained

Electricity Market Overview

Energy Policy

Energy Policy (continued)

Energy Policy (continued)

Fuel Mix Forecast

Installed Capacity Forecast

Power Investment

Support Mechanisms and Major Incentives

Support Mechanisms and Major Incentives (continued)

Support Mechanisms and Major Incentives (continued)

Electricity Generation 

Electricity Retail Market

Transmission Network

Growth Opportunity—Vertical Integration

Strategic Imperatives for Power and Energy Companies

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The increase in electricity generation from renewables is expected to come primarily from the expansion of wind power and conversion of power plants to substitute wooden pellets as a primary fuel. In 2015, the share of fossil fuels in electricity generated was 33%; Frost & Sullivan forecasts this to be 8% by 2030. Wind power accounted for 41.5% of the electricity generation in 2015. Frost & Sullivan projects that the share would increase to approximately 60% by 2025. Frost & Sullivan expects investments of around $2.8 billion for new offshore wind developments in the country with new capacity additions of 1.4 GW expected to come online by 2021. Denmark has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30% since 1990. With current measures in place, Frost & Sullivan estimates that emissions will be approximately 40% lower by 2020 – surpassing Denmark’s EU commitment of 34%.
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