Top 5 most read news stories on State of Green in 2019

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By State of Green, June 26, 2019

The following five news articles were the most read at during the first six months of 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 Danish pyrolysis plant will recycle 30,000 tons of tyres a year

Swedish pyrolysis technology will recycle 9,000 tonnes of “carbon black” a year, from imported and worn out car tyres in a new, self-sufficient, EUR 40 million plant in Nyborg, Denmark. Read more here.

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.

Denmark’s biggest offshore wind farm will be located in the North Sea

The North Sea will be home to one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms that can supply power to 800,000 households. The wind park is expected to be in operation no later than 2027. Read more here.

5 examples of how to reduce buildings’ energy consumption

Buildings are one of society’s greatest energy consumers, accounting for almost 40 per cent of global energy consumption and 36 per cent of CO2 emissions. Read more here.

Denmark’s upgraded green showroom inaugurated with royal presence

On 5 February, the newly renovated House of Green, Denmark’s official showroom for green solutions, was officially opened with HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark in attendance, as well as two Danish ministers, the Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, business leaders, foreign ambassadors in Denmark and civil servants. A truly festive event with ribbon-cutting, enthused speeches and vibrant networking. Read more here.

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