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1 November 2001
Three years ago Denmark was transforming its support of wind power from a system of subsidies into a trend setting market model for green power trade. That policy was never put into place, and perhaps it never will be. Sale of green credits derived from wind power, however, is thriving in areas of America and is the basis of new markets in Britain and the Netherlands. The main problem in Denmark, it seems, is that politicians are unsure if they want further expansion of wind power on land, or just want old plant replaced.
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