Denmark has achieved its solar cell capacity it had set for year 2020. It has achieved 200 MW of solar cell capacity in 2012. This was achieved due to the huge demand and interest for solar energy solutions and favourable framework set by the state Government. Leading Danish energy sector players forecast that Denmark will be able to achieve 1000 MW by 2020 and 3400 MW by 2030. Kim Schultz, Project Manager at Invest in Denmark says “The demand for solar cells has increased dramatically since net metering was implemented in 2010. Net metering gives private households and public institutions the possibility of ‘storing’ surplus production in the public grid, which makes solar panels considerably more attractive.” “Denmark benefits from a strong design tradition and this also characterizes the Danish solar sector in which aesthetics and thinking ahead of user needs is a central part of product development. This means that solar solutions are more likely to meet consumers’ demands.” “Last but not least, Denmark has a unique energy system with a very high share of renewable energy. This makes the energy system very suitable as a platform for Smart Grid technologies, which are a key element to fully exploit renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind energy.” Denmark’s commitment to green energy Denmark has been promoting various environmental factors like wind energy, cycle biking and solar energy. Denmark has a strong commitment to renewable energy. The Denmark parliament has entered into an ambitious agreement to ensure that total 35% of the Danish energy supply will be based on renewable by 2020 and 100% by 2050. The flourishing Danish market and the smart grid and design have attracted several foreign companies within the solar business to Denmark. Some of them are Solarpark Rodenäs, MHH Solartechnik, and Sunrider Solar. Check your eligibility for Denmark visas by filling a simple and FREE Evaluation Form. Call us on 1800 103 1555 or sms “VISA” to 56263 for further information. Share your views with us on Facebook.