Denmark, the world's benchmark for wind energy, is beginning to turn away from the wind industry amid political backlash.
For thrity years Denmark has been the world example for wind power. The small country boasts the most wind turbines per capita, is home to the world's largest wind turbine manufacturer, and generates one-fifth of its power from windmills.
An new independent studied performed by the consulting firm Pöyry AS reveals that wind power reduces consumer electricity costs.
The Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, a luxury hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark is set to start paying its guests for the electricity they generate by exercising.
New work from researchers at Denmark's National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Risø DTU, is expected to bring smarter wind turbines to commercial wind farms in the near future.
Better Place, a revolutionary electric vehicle start-up company is set to receive $350 million USD in venture capital funding.