Denmark Importing A Third Of Its Power Today
DECEMBER 29, 2020tags: denmark
By Paul Homewood
h/t Charles Turner
This is a summary of the Danish electricity grid today:
In short, Denmark is heavily reliant on imported power from Norway (hydro) and Sweden (hydro/nuclear). Netting off the power exported to Germany, Denmark is still sourcing about a third of its electricity from abroad.
Denmark is of course one of the leading lights when it comes to wind power, but even they cannot make the wind blow all the time!