Energy Transition

This is how Copenhagen plans to go carbon-neutral by 2025

An energy example for Europe … Copenhagen. Image: Eric Haidara/Stocksnap

Brian Vad Mathiesen

Professor, Aalborg University

Ida Auken

Member of Parliament, Parliament of Denmark (Folketinget)

Jens Martin Skibsted

Partner, Manyone A/S

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