Located 100 km west of the North cape, Havøygavlen is the world’s northernmost wind park and has proved to be an excellent testing ground for both the developers and the turbine makers.
Denmark has been a pioneer in developing commercial wind power both on and offshore, and has currently the highest proportion of wind power in the world. The Danish wind power industry has benefited from close collaboration between public-financed research and the private industry in key areas such as certification, testing and developing of standards during the past decade.
Solar power is a vital part of Denmark's target of 100% renewable energy by 2050. Together with wind, It is already a crucial part of the country's renewable electricity supply, supplying 1.2 TWh in 2020. By promoting innovative solutions and being at the forefront of new technologies, Denmark has positioned itself as a laboratory for the development and growth of renewable energy solutions.