Departure from the main entrance of the Bella Center Wednesday 11 March at 14:30
Return to Bella Center at 17:00
Visit to House of Green
Denmark – Our DNA is everywhere in offshore wind
At the House of Green visit you will be introduced to the Danish wind story, and you will learn about the impact Danish energy policies have had on the national energy sector.
A representative from State of Green will guide you through the history that has brought the Danish wind energy industry to where it is today and cover the importance of implementing wind energy to the power grid.
Denmark knows wind. In the last 40 years, the Danish wind energy industry has played a major role in the making of a State of Green.
Boat tour to Middelgrunden offshore wind farm
“Offshore Wind – a main pillar of tomorrow’s energy supply”
Offshore wind is a young and entrepreneurial industry that creates jobs, reduces usage of fossil fuel and offers societies a great opportunity to make sustainable energy choices. These assets make it one of the main pillars of tomorrow’s energy supply. For the time being, offshore wind requires high initial investments, but it provides nearly CO₂-free power generation, a high level of reliability and a high yield per wind turbine. The industry has seen that it must bring down costs for offshore wind power. Siemens is striving to reduce the levelised cost of offshore wind energy by 40% to approximately 0,10€ per kilowatt-hour over the medium term through product innovations and cost reduction measures. However, it is crucial that the whole industry take up the challenge and join forces to drive developments and ensure a sustainable offshore wind industry.
Buses will depart from the parking lot in front of the exhibition entrance and will return to the Bella Center at the exact time stated above.
Disclaimer: Please note that State of Green and the Danish Wind Industry Association reserve the right to change the programme and that there are a limited number of seats on each tour. The allocation of seats is on a first-come, first-served basis. Cancellation of the boat tours may occur in case of bad weather conditions.