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Science Park Aarhus, Denmark
Wind Power in Denmark
Subsidized or Not - That's the Question.
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150 kW Wind Generators
|The wind mill owner purchases electricity from
the local works and pays the same tariffs as everybody.
Example: Year 2000 one particular owner "Mr. NN" bought 19.961 kWh from the electricity works and was billed:
Example of One Household' Electricity Consumption:
Year 2000 the same wind mill owner Mr. NN produced on his share a total of 35,011 kWh with the following sales value, costs and dividend.
Example of Electricity Production on a Wind Mill Share of One Household (NN):
Although the owner Mr. NN produces and delivers to the net 75% more electricity than he consumes, he pays 28% more than he gets.
With a wind mill investment of 100.000 DKK a household may produce enough energy (35.000 kWh/year) to cover its of own consumption for any purpose and at a price of approximately 0,20 DKK/kWh inclusive depreciation (25 year lifetime of wind mill).
One USD ~ Eight DKK (February 2001)
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