The rapid global climate changes are especially evident in the Arctic. The Danish Energy Agency is participating in climate change effects monitoring through international cooperation in the Arctic as well as administration of the Dancea funding programme
Domestic Climate Projects will contribute to Denmark’s compliance with international emission reduction targets. The projects aim at sectors that are not covered by the European quota trading system.
The EU member countries have devised a scheme for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading, effective from the start of 2005.
Below you will find information about the evaluation of the Danish JI/CDM Programme
The Danish National Allocation Plan (NAP) is a central element in Denmark’s commitments to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. A NAP is actually a meticulous description of the status of a country’s climate efforts.
Part of the Energy Agreement of 21 February 2008 on Danish energy policy for 2008-11 is that DKK 10 mill. per year for 2008-09 and DKK 5 mill. per year for 2010-12 is to be appropriated for a test scheme for electric cars.
Based om Danish knowhow in the field of climate and energy the LCTU assists emerging economies to achieve lower greenhouse gas emissions, greater energy efficiency and more renewable energy.