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Installed wind power generating capacity in Denmark has now topped 600 MW, with wind turbines supplying 3.7% of the country's electricity, according to the Danish wind industry's association. It points out that annual output from wind plant in Denmark today equals Denmark's total consumption of electricity in 1947. The national goal is to add another 900 MW of wind turbines by 2005, but the industry association expects the total number of machines in Denmark to drop in coming years as older units are replaced with more cost effective plant.

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