Wind power is accessible in windy regions. Its intermittent nature however, makes it difficult to integrate. Being erratic, the proportion of wind-electricity fed into a distribution grid affects its stability. Relying on a highly interconnected grid, 47% of Denmark’s electricity consumption was generated from wind in 2019. This record hardly matches global wind resource availabilities to the planets’ environmental challenges.
Our efforts are therefore focused on integrating technologies that place the Sahara's Atlantic trade-windblown coastline at the center of a broader strategy in the fight against climate change.