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Wood power to the fore

Denmark has pledged to abandon coal by 2023, and convert its power station network to run on imported and sustainable biomass.
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Denmark’s retreat from coal took a new turn in November, with the decision by Dong Energy, the country’s largest power company, to rebrand as Ørsted (after the Danish scientist who discovered electromagnetics). Dong started its move from a ‘black’ to ‘green’ energy a decade ago, with consumption of coal down by three-quarters, and a full phase-out scheduled by 2023.
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