Been browsing for information on Denmark's energy supplies, to see
what actually happens, compared with all the hype. For those
interested in such things, I've found these:
http://www.thewindpower.net/index.php for a database of wind farms
world-wide. Select by country, and then by whatever detail you want,
up to end 2013. For example, the UK has 753 wind farms with 10.5 GW of
installed wind capacity (some of the 'farms' may only have one
turbine). Denmark has 1512 wind farms with a capacity of 4.8 GW.
For data on Denmark's energy usage:
http://www.energinet.dk/EN/El/Sider/default.aspx Click on the map to
see up-to-the minute data on energy transmission into and out of
Denmark, across its borders with neighbours Norway, Sweden and
Germany. Use Google Translate https://translate.google.com/#submit to
understand the data in the table Elsystemet Lige Nu (The power system
just now). Not sure what the difference is between Centrale
kraftvaerker (?principal power stations) and Decentrale kraftvaerker
(?subsidiary power stations), but I assume size and distribution.
gives a simpler but wider picture to the above, with the whole Nordic
system (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Estonia) electricity
system detailed, and energy movements and prices in Euros, updated by
the minute. Scroll down to get a summary table of energy imports and
exports at any one time, by country.
http://www.nordpoolspot.com/historical-market-data/ gives historical
data on the Nordic countries. There's a _lot_
of data of all-sorts
here, so you have to browse to find what you want. I assume
EE=Estonia, LV=Latvia and LT=Lithuania.
http://tinyurl.com/kz6e5bg shows a map of the Danish electricity
system, with the various off-shore wind farms and cross-border
interconnects. Specific info on the Swedish and Norwegian
interconnects can be had on Wikipedia.