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DKK1.5bn boost for green research in Denmark


Reserve funds will flow towards energy research, basic science and technology demonstration

The Danish parliament has signed off on its Research Reserve budget for 2020, which totals 1.925 billion Danish kroner (€258 million).

The agreement includes more than DKK1.5 billion for green research in areas such as agricultural transformation, environmentally friendly transport and sustainable cities. The aim of the spending is to achieve a 70 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in Denmark by 2030.

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