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Monday, December 19, 2022

Danish Ambassador to Indonesia, Lars Bo Larsen, on renewable energy, waste management and potentials for electric ferries.

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Danish Ambassador to Indonesia Lars Bo Larsen in Kuningan, Jakarta, November 9. TEMPO/Febri Angga Palguna . tempo : 172188781215.

DENMARK harbors a great ambition to replace all fossil fuels with renewable energy by 2050. The tiny Scandinavian nation of 5.2 million people solemnly espoused this ambition in its Energy Strategy 2050 issued in 2011 and has since been gearing towards the shift. It introduces various energy policies aiming at a gradual switch to new and renewable energy sources after having relied on fossil energy such as oil, coal and gas since 1972.

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