Top 5 most read news in January 2019

By State of Green, January 31, 2019

The following five news articles were the most read at during the month of January, 2019. This is your chance to catch up on news items you may have missed that were popular with our readers. The news stories are organised in descending order, with the most read story appearing first.

New research report identifies Denmark as global leader in the green energy transition

A research report launched at COP24 in Poland in December praises Denmark for its ability to implement measures to limit climate change. Read more here.

Vibrant Gujarat marks a break-through for further collaboration on sustainable growth

Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen will travel to India on Friday 18 to lead a Danish business delegation that will participate in the trade and investment fair Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2019. This visit marks an important step towards strengthening the political and commercial ties between Denmark and India, which have improved markedly over recent years. Read more here.

2018 was a great year for Danish wind energy

With a 41 per cent share of the total electricity consumption in 2018, alongside increased prices, wind power has established itself as the most important energy source in the Danish power supply. Read more here.

Chinese-Danish joint venture inaugurates solar facility on the “Roof of the World”

In December 2018, a new large-scale solar district heating system in the Tibetan town Langkazi began supplying the citizens with energy. Read more here.

Electric vehicles can actively balance the electricity grid

Results from a recently concluded research project have demonstrated that electric vehicles can support the electricity grid, even when parked. Known as project Parker, the research demonstrates that this is possible on commercial terms and across a range of car brands. Read more here.

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