In the Huffington Post, the Danish Ambassador to the U.S., Lars Gert Lose, explains his view upon how Denmark and other small nations can help the rest of the world to deliver on the climate promises made in Paris last year.
“Denmark was a first mover in deploying wind energy. And for decades we have worked to collaborate with other countries to share the know-how and get the technology to market. In the US, the impact has been particularly powerful and wind farms are now cheaper to build than coal, nuclear and most gas plants. In other words, technology that was originally developed in Denmark has been improved by American ingenuity and competition in the market.”
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