The Danish state railway continues to study whether wind energy could supply a deal of its electricity needs. Plans for 7 MW of wind power plant along three different stretches of railway line are under consideration, reports the Danish wind industry's latest issue of "Vindinformation." Utility SEAS and consultant engineers Rambøll are also involved in the study. SEAS would develop the wind turbines, selling the power to the railway company from a green non-profit company. If the first three projects are realised they will meet 5.6% of the rail company's needs.
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