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丹麦2019年风力发电占比47%

DQZHAN讯:丹麦2019年风力发电占比47%


据路透社1月2日哥本哈根报道,丹麦去年近一半的电力消耗来自风力发电,创下了新的记录,这得益于成本的大幅下降和离岸技术的改进。


丹麦电网运营商Energinet周四援引初步数据称,风能占2019年丹麦电力使用量的47%,高于2018年的41%,打破了2017年43%的纪录。


欧洲国家在风能利用方面处于全球优越地位,但丹麦远远优越于*接近的竞争对手爱尔兰。行业组织WindEurope的数据显示,2018年,爱尔兰28%的电力来自风能。


该组织表示,在整个欧盟,风能占去年总电力消耗量的14%。


丹麦去年风能所占比例较高,部分原因在于瑞典跨国电力公司Vattenfall于8月在北海的Horns Rev 3海上风电场开始运营。


Energinet表示,海上风力涡轮机发电的比例从2018年的14%上升到去年的18%。去年,陆上风能占29%。


国际能源署(IEA)在10月份表示,虽然海上风力涡轮机的发电量只占当今全球发电量的0.3%,但未来20年的发电量有望增加15倍。


丹麦的目标是到2030年减少70%的温室气体排放,去年年底通过的一项新的气候法旨在将可再生能源发电份额提高到100%。


丹麦是风力涡轮机巨头维斯塔斯(Vestas)的故乡,也是全球*大的海上风能开发商沃旭能源(Orsted)的所在地。


裘寅 编译自 路透社


原文如下:


Denmark sources record 47% of power from wind in 2019


Denmark sourced almost half its electricity consumption from wind power last year, a new record boosted by steep cost reductions and improved offshore technology.


Wind aced for 47% of Denmark’s power usage in 2019, the ry’s grid operator Energinet said on Thursday citing preliminary data, up from 41% in 2018 and topping the previous record of 43% in 2017.


European ries are global leaders in utilising wind power but Denmark is far in front of nearest rival Ireland, which sourced 28% of its power from wind in 2018 according to data from industry group WindEurope.


Across the European Union, wind aced for 14% of consumption last year, the group says.


The higher proportion of wind energy in Denmark last year was partly due to Vattenfall [VATN.UL] starting operations at the Horns Rev 3 offshore wind farm in the North Sea in August.


The share of power from wind turbines at sea increased to 18% last year from 14% in 2018, Energinet said. Onshore wind aced for 29% last year.


The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in October that while power generated from wind turbines at sea only acs for 0.3% of today’s global electricity generation, capacity is set to increase 15-fold over the next two decades.


Denmark aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2030, with a new climate law passed late last year targeting an increase in the share of electricity sourced from renewable power to 100%.


Denmark, home to wind turbine giant Vestas (VWS.CO) and the world’s largest developer of offshore wind Orsted (ORSTED.CO), has favourable wind conditions and began investing heavily in wind power in the 1970s.