Denmark to expand Baltic Sea offshore wind energy island

Denmark plans to increase the capacity of its Bornholm energy island from 2GW to 3GW and connect it directly to Germany’s grid.

by Hannah Holt
Danish TSO Energinet is working to connect the Energiø Bornholm project to the Baltic Sea island's electricity grid (pic credit: Holger Leue/Getty Images)
Danish TSO Energinet is working to connect the Energiø Bornholm project to the Baltic Sea island's electricity grid (pic credit: Holger Leue/Getty Images)

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