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200 green energy projects could unleash investments of USD 90bn

The EU and 23 countries commit to launching 221 projects with potential investments of USD 90bn in order to accelerate green energy technology. One project aims to establish a model for bunkering of CO2-free fuels in ten ports by 2024.

Danish Minister of Business Affairs Simon Kollerup (S) and Danish Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jørgensen (S) are here seen with Danish Minister of Taxation Jeppe Bruus (S) at a press meeting previously in the year. | Photo: Jens Dresling/Ritzau Scanpix

The European Union and 23 countries including Denmark are under the Mission Innovation Initiative pushing to develop new green energy technology that can lower emissions of CO2.

In relation to the Global Clean Energy Action Forum in the US, the EU and the countries announced plans regarding 221 different demonstration projects, which are meant to increase the development pace of new zero-emission energy technology within the next ten years.

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