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Denmark’s fairytale

Report: Sandy Hausman, Copenhagen
April 23, 2015

Denmark built the world's first off-shore wind farm in 1991. Today, Denmark generates up to 40 percent of its electricity from wind. By 2050 it hopes to be free of fossil fuels. So how did a tiny country come to dominate this fast growing form of renewable energy?

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