(Montel) Denmark's centre-right government plans to spend DKK 4.2bn (EUR 564m) on competitive tenders for 1 GW of renewables capacity between 2020 and 2024, local media reported on Tuesday.
The tenders – part of a new energy package to be presented on Thursday – would help the country reach its target of 50% renewables in the energy consumption mix, up from 30% in 2020, the Berlingske daily reported.
All renewables technologies will compete on equal terms in the tender, according to Berlingske.
On Monday, the same newspaper reported that the country would issue a separate tender
for an 800 MW offshore wind farm to be built between 2024 and 2027.