In a letter of intent to Maabjerg Energy Center the London based investment firm Pioneer Point Partners has expressed its intent to negotiate an investment up to 160 million Euro in a 2G bioethanol plant in Denmark, provided the regulatory framework is settled.
On the 17th of October The European Commission presented its proposal for stricter rules for biofuels by amending Directive 98/70/EC relating to the quality of petrol and […]
In the report ‘Sustainable growth with less resources’ The Business Panel for Green Conversion has presented nine recommendations which can promote Denmark as a society of green […]
Denmark can with great advantage focus on sustainable use of biomass for energy and materials. This is one of the messages from the Commission of […]