By 2030, offshore wind farms of three gigawatts will deliver power to Denmark, Sweden and Germany via the island of Bornholm. The estimated capacity of offshore wind in the Baltic Sea is up to 93 gigawatts in total. The electricity will power homes and companies and it will be converted into hydrogen through power-to-x to produce green fuels for the transport sector.
Denmark has been a frontrunner in the green transition. Building on global cooperation we have developed the technologies, implemented it in our energy system and exported it to the rest of the world. Baltic Energy Island will continue this tradition taking us closer to 100 percent sustainable and data driven energy system.