Monday, April 16, 2007

Denmark vs. Finland

Here's an interesting comparison.

Denmark and Finland have nearly identical populations (in number, that is) -- 5.4 million in Denmark and 5.3 million in Finland. Finland uses about 50% more total energy than Denmark and generates twice as much and uses 2.5 times more electricity.

Denmark generates 20% of their electricity from wind, and Finland generates almost none from wind.

Yet, according to the IAEA, their CO2 emissions from energy are virtually the same.

wind power, wind energy, environment, environmentalism