How shortage of wind supply in Denmark lead to record expensive electricity prices. One core disadvantage of wind power.
Friday, 07 June 2013
Denmark just presented an example of the negative side of wind energy. With limited wind speed in the past months, in Denmark, electricity prices have sky rocketed.
The limited supply of wind energy into the grid means that those who
can bid the highest pat for energy. For example, machine wash and
tumbler dry now costs about Skr88 in Denmark.
On Friday, a kWh of electricity in Denmark cost Dkr 1724, ten times
more than in Sweden, according energy price comparison site
Elskling.se, reports Swedish news agency TT .
Elskling have figured out that a wash with tumbling in modern machines
consume about 4 kWh of electricity. In Sweden, it costs approximately
Skr 3.50 including electricity tax. In Denmark, the corresponding cost
by Scancomark.com Team
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