General – Cooperation Ukraine
Denmark has signed a 5-year agreement with Ukraine to help the war-torn country rebuild destroyed wind capacity and strengthen its independence from Russia on energy.
“The new 5-year collaboration will contribute to Ukraine being able to further expand its electricity supply with wind energy.
Danish authorities will, among other things, help Ukrainian authorities develop a regulatory framework that can promote onshore and offshore wind.
In the short term, the deal aims to help get existing capacity destroyed in the war back up and running, and to expand onshore wind further. Long-term, the collaboration will investigate the potential for offshore wind power.