- It's crazy, if you must use between three and five billion to tear the functioning of the wind turbines down, delivering green power to Denmark.
- It would be quite the hole in the head.
so says Ruben Kidde, klimaordfører for The Radical, for Denmark's Radio about the two-year-old agreement, which means that in 2030 allowed to stand at 1,850 wind turbines on land in Denmark.
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New calculations from the Danish energy agency shows that wind turbines live and delivers power longer than initially anticipated. And Klimaministeriet have figured out, therefore, that it will cost between 3 and 5 billion dollars to compensate the owners of the current and the functioning of the turbines, if they are to be peeled down, so that can be built new and larger turbines on land.
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- It slows down the green transition, and we need a lot more landvind in Denmark.
- We must reach the 70 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in 2030, and it requires much more landvind, and there are plenty of opportunities to put land based ones up in Denmark, says Troels Ranis, that is branchedirektør in the Danish Industry to the DR, who also has spoken with DFs klimaordfører Morten Messerschmidt, who is ready for ae in the attic:
- We have no ideological crusade running against windmills, but we are very concerned that those living where the wind turbines are being set up, will be bothered as little as possible, says Morten Messerschmidt, but what do you say?