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Below you will find a number of English reports published by DWIA or in co-operation with other organisations.
For a more complete list of publications, we refer to the archive
State of Green White Paper: Wind energy moving ahead
The White Paper is published by the Danish Wind Industry Association and State of Green. Here, we have gathered lessons learned and state-of-the-art case examples from different Danish players and legislators with in the wind energy sector, showing for example how to integrate wind, invest in wind and how to optimize products to make more wind energy for less money.
Offshore Wind Denmark: A United Industry Thinking Big
Megavind - Increasing the Owners Value of Wind Power Plants
This present strategy report from Megavind presents and discusses the possible future technological innovation related directly to wind power plants, which may increase the value of produced output from wind power plants operating in energy systems with large shares of wind. The report does not discuss broader energy systems innovations and demand side solutions even if these may greatly increase the asset value and societal value of wind.
DENMARK - WIND ENERGY HUB
This profile of the Danish wind industry describes the many competences offered by the hundreds of companies working with wind energy in Denmark – competences that combined create a unique wind energy hub. Released September 2014.
The Danish Wind Industry Annual Statistics 2014
View the figures from 2013 and gain an insight in the Danish market development.
Megavind - The Danish Wind Power Hub
This report is the latest main strategy from Megavind, which replaces the first version from 2007.
The strategy adresses research, development, demonstration and innovation within wind technology and integration of wind in the energy system.
MegaVind - Wind Power Plants in the Energy System
This report is an update of "Wind Power Plants in the Energy System" from 2008.
The report is an analysis of possible areas of development in order to establish better integration of wind power in the Danish energy system.
Denmark - The Wind Power Hub; Transforming the Supply Chain
The purpose of this report is to illustrate how global trends in the wind industry have affected the Danish part of the industry.
The report will focus especially on the consequences of recent developments for the location and organisation of value chain activities as well as for the strategic challenges and opportunities these developments have created for Danish players in the wind power sector.
Wind Energy is the Way Ahead
This publication offers an insight into the unique competences in the Danish wind industry as well as interviews with politicians, news on innovation and the latest on the development offshore. The Danish version of the publication was sent out 13th of April 2012 as a newspaper insert in the Danish newspaper Børsen.
The Danish Wind Industry Annual Statistics 2010
View the figures from 2009 and gain an insight in the Danish market development.
MidtVind - A Supplier Network
A profile brochure about the supplier network MidtVind.
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Denmarks future as leading centre of competence within the field of wind power
Megavind has developed the present report with the intention of assessing the challenges we are faced with if Denmark is to maintain its position as an internationally leading centre of competence within the field of wind power.
Denmark - Supplier of competetive offshore wind solutions (2010)
The partnership Megavind presents this brochure on strategy, research & development and demonstration in connection with offshore wind energy.
Denmark - Energy Policy Toolkit on System Integration of Wind Power
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