Wind power meets & beats Denmark’s electricity demand – two days in a row (

Windy conditions in northern Europe provided more than 100% of Denmark’s electricity consumption for two days in a row in May.

Denmark generated 94.9GWh worth of wind energy on May 27, which represented 108.1% of the country’s power demand.

Similarly, as representative of the day’s conditions, the share of wind energy in electricity demand for Western Europe was just under 24%.


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