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Nuclear energy in Denmark

Denmark does not produce nuclear energy, which is in accordance with a 1985 law passed by the Danish parliament that prohibits the production of nuclear energy in Denmark.[1][2][3] Instead, the country has focused on renewable energy sources such as wind energy to reduce the country's dependence on coal power. In 2007, about 11.4 TWh of electricity was exported and 10.4 TWh imported. Import from Sweden amounted 5 TWh, From Norway 3.9 TWh, and from Germany 1.5 TWh. Both Sweden and Germany have a portion of nuclear energy in their power production.[1] Three nuclear research reactors at Risø National Laboratory are in the process of being decommissioned.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "Nuclear Power in Denmark". World Nuclear Association. May 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-10. 
  2. ^ a b "Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Nuclear Activities. Denmark" (PDF). Nuclear legislation in OECD countries ( 
  3. ^ Energy Policies of IEA Countries - Denmark. 2006 Review (PDF).  
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