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Bilateral cooperation on green transition

Denmark cooperates with several prioritized high-growth developing countries about global greenhouse gas emission reductions and ensuring economic growth.

Cooperation with emerging economies in the world

The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate collaborates bilaterally with China, Mexico, South Africa, Vietnam, Ukraine, Indonesia, and Turkey. These countries are experiencing significant economic growth and have potential to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

The Ministry provides consultancy services in relation to preparedness and capacity-building for the countries to be equipped to meet future needs, including higher energy demands. Ensuring the energy systems of these countries are more efficient entails restructuring energy production on the basis of sustainable energy sources. Denmark is able to share expertise and experience on renewable energy with countries that represent 1/3 of total global CO2 emissions and account for 2 billion energy consumers.

The Danish energy model as the starting point

The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate bases its consultancy services on Danish experience relating to efficiency improvement and transition of the energy system. The Danish energy model offers inspiration regarding how countries can create cleaner and more stable energy systems by means of efficient control of the market.

The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate provides advisory and consultancy services within the field of wind power, biomass, integration of electricity, energy streamlining, district heating, modelling, and scenario analyses.

Global cooperation with tangible results

Our consultancy contributes to successful results. The results confirm that the Danish energy model pays off when you want to make the energy system sustainable and simultaneously maintain economic growth. Examples include the establishment of a knowledge center in Beijing, where Danish and Chinese experts work together on the development of analyses within sustainable energy in China. The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate has contributed to the mapping of wind atlases in South Africa and Mexico. In addition, assistance was provided in the development of a financing mechanism that supports energy efficiency in small and medium-sized companies in Vietnam.

Furthermore, Denmark focuses on long-term energy planning and scenario modelling in the collaborating countries. Flexibility in the energy system is among the highly demanded Danish advisory service provided.




Nina Egebjærg Clausen

Special Adviser
International Department