The modern phase of Danish wind power started after the oil crisis in 1973. During the eighties technological development resulted in increased cost efficiency. In the early nineties favourable feed-in tariffs were introduced together with easy access to the grid. As a result wind power was booming on the Danish home market and Danish turbines achieved a global market share of around 50 %.
|Title of host publication||Green Power Markets: Support Schemes, Case Studies and Perspectives|
|Number of pages||510|
|Place of Publication||Essex, UK|
|ISBN (Print)||0-906522 -595|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|