Denmark to build energy islands for supply of renewable energy

Denmark is planning to set up two energy islands that can supply renewable energy produced by offshore sources to the domestic
market of Denmark and other European countries. Denmark will build the first island in the North Sea to serve offshore wind turbines, with a 3 GW initial serving facility. The capacity will be increased to 10 GW. The second Denmark energy island will be built in the Baltic Sea’s Bornholm islands, with a serving capacity of 2 GW and wind farms will be situated 20 km from the island.