Danish Energy Agency
The Danish Energy Agency engages nationally and internationally in the production, supply and consumption of energy - as well as the efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
The Danish Energy Agency is an agency under the Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate. Our work involves matters regarding energy supply and consumption in Denmark. Furthermore, the agency is engaged in a broad range of efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases internationally. Currently, the Danish Energy Agency has substantive programs in and collaboration on energy technology and efficiency with fast-growing economies such as China, Vietnam, South Africa and Mexico.
Denmark is a pioneer on greening the energy system and has since the first oil crisis in 1973 had a solid tradition for ever more energy efficiency and renewable energy oriented policies. The Danish experience shows that through a persistent and active energy policy focused on enhanced energy efficiency and increased use of renewables, it is possible to sustain economic growth and simultaneously reduce the use of and dependence on fossil fuels, benefiting both the climate and the environment.
Please look below for further information on the Danish collaboration with emerging economies.
Att: Ture Falbe Hansen
1256 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 33 92 67 00