DONG Energy has agreed to take over RES Americas Developments Inc.’s (RES) more than 1000MW newly assigned development project rights off the coast of New Jersey.
DONG Energy is preparing the dismantling of Vindeby offshore wind farm.
DONG Energy today welcomed the start-up of gas production from the Laggan-Tormore fields in the UK’s West of Shetlands area. Laggan-Tormore is located in 600 metres of water West of Shetland and will produce 90,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day (boe/d).
DONG Energy has made a final investment decision to build the giant Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm (Hornsea) in the UK.
The plan to make it possible for Asnæs Power Station to run on woodchip rather than coal is becoming more tangible.
DONG Energy is currently struggling to re-establish outdoor lighting on roads and streets across much of Zealand. The process is particularly challenging in areas where the municipalities have not modernise the outdoor lighting
In collaboration with DONG Energy, the Danish Transport and Logistics Association, DTL, will visit the local primary school Fjordbakkeskolen in Taulov to teach the children how to watch out for large vehicles in the traffic.
A global climate agreement at COP21 is important. DONG Energy believes that we will see a breakthrough within the next decade where green energy becomes cheaper than black, if political leaders, the industry, regulators and investors provide a final push.
There is a general consensus that CO2 emissions place a strain on our climate, yet our inability to set a proper price on these emissions means that it is still far too cheap to pollute. Debate piece fram Henrik Poulsen, CEO, DONG Energy.