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Icelandic delegation visit to western Denmark: How can alternative partnerships pave the way for wind power and tourism?

Event details

October 24–27, 2022


Approximately 6,000 DKK

Registration deadline
October 7, 2022


State of Green, The Royal Danish Embassy in Iceland and Green by Iceland invite you for a tour on combining wind power and tourism by thinking in alternative partnerships.

Point of contact

In case of questions, please reach out to:

Key take-aways

Are wind turbines and biodiversity two opposites or can they co-exist? Will wind power in attractive touristic surroundings be fatal for tourism?

For answers, join us on this trip to the attractive touristic surroundings of western Denmark. We meet leading Danish stakeholders within wind power and nature conservation who shares their experiences in working together on the green transition.


The fee of 6,000 DKK covers:

  • Transportation by bus in Denmark
  • Hotel incl. breakfast, 3 nights
  • Lunch, 4 days
  • 1 shared dinner

No administration fees will be charged by any of the organizers.
The final price is TBC.


Hotel rooms have been prebooked at the following locations. Reach out to Lise Homegaard Larsen for booking and conditions.


Lise Holmegaard Larsen
Senior Project Manager (Clean Energy Sources)

[email protected]

+45 4047 8322
October 24–27, 2022
Registration deadline
October 8, 2022

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