What if when you bought something, plastic was taken out of the ocean?

I spoke with Ann Sofie Gade from the ReSea Project to understand this possibility

Vattenfall charges ahead to help Instabox deliver fossil-free parcels

It is providing the charging infrastructure for Instabox’s fleet of EVs, operating around 400 charging points on the last-mile delivery company’s terminals in Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands by the end of 2022

Denmark looks to phase out Russian gas

It is also looking to increase its defence spending

New joint venture to develop hydrogen refuelling network in EU countries

Phillips 66 and H2 Energy Europe have committed to develop up to 250 retail stations for hydrogen refuelling across Austria, Denmark and Germany by 2026

Fossil fuels to biomass switch to help AAK save up to £8m a year

The producer of vegetable oils and fats is investing £40.5m to replace fossil fuels and reduce emissions at its Danish production plant by around 90%

Dairy firm Arla to milk carbon savings with renewable PPA

The four new solar projects will cover a third of the company’s electricity consumption in Denmark

Denmark to have domestic flights fossil-free by 2030

The Danish Prime Minister set the ambitious aim during her New Year’s address

Offshore CCS project in Denmark to be trialled

It is estimated Project Greensand will have the capacity to store up to 8 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year

Ørsted and HOFOR agree renewable deal for Green Fuels for Denmark project

Green Fuels for Denmark is the country’s most ambitious vision for the large-scale production of sustainable fuels and has a decarbonisation potential of 850,000 tonnes

Centrica inks solar PPA with Better Energy in Denmark

The 10-year PPA includes the purchase of a total of 112GWh of green energy per year – equivalent to the power consumption of 70,000 Danish households