Denmark Points Way in Renewable Energy Sources

[FOXNews.com] … As a nation with few energy resources of its own, Denmark had to consider its needs and rethink its policies in the face of an almost complete withdrawal of its oil supply. … Twenty percent of Denmark’s energy needs are now met by electricity generated by wind turbines, and the proportion is steadily increasing. … the cost of wind power has been reduced by 75 percent since 1970. … Denmark’s long-term commitment and dedication … prompt other nations to learn from Denmark’s example.
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