The aim

The aim of the Danish Intelligent Energy Alliance is to help Denmark get a position among the first countries to ensure an effective conversion of the power system to Smart Grid.

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Welcome to the Danish Intelligent Energy Alliance

7. maj 2012  af Jeannette Lohse

In Denmark, we face a massive transformation of our energy system. As the first nation in the world, Denmark has a goal of becoming independent of fossil fuels in 2050. This means that we before 2020 need to phase in 50 percent wind power in our electricity supply.

The natural answer to this great challenge is Smart Grid. Therefore, the Danish Energy Association, the industry association for the energy companies in Denmark, has taken the initiative to establish a Danish Intelligent Energy Alliance together with a large number of energy companies and companies in the energy industry.

The aim of the new branch alliance is to help Denmark get a position among the first countries to ensure an effective conversion of the power system to Smart Grid.

A key task will be in fellowship with a wide range of companies and institutions in and around the energy sector to identify barriers and address the right conditions and environment for investments in new Smart Grid solutions.

The Danish Intelligent Energy Alliance was founded on 13th March 2012 at a Founding General Assembly in Copenhagen.

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Contact: Mr. Morten Baadsgaard Trolle.