But that’s not all we do when it comes to fighting climate change through green energy.
We’ve expanded into onshore wind
and solar energy
in the US, where we’re also using energy storage solutions that can help balance supply and demand.
Meanwhile, in Denmark, we’ve converted six of our combined heat and power plants to run on sustainable biomass
instead of coal – a change that’s been one of the largest contributors to Denmark’s total carbon-emission reductions since 2006
We’ve signed the world’s biggest renewable power purchase agreement
with TSMC for the full production of Ørsted’s 920 MW Greater Changhua 2b & 4 in Taiwan. And because some industrial processes and forms of heavy transport can’t be directly electrified, we’re collaborating with partners in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK to make renewable hydrogen
and sustainable fuels commercially viable.
Our corporate PPAs provide price certainty and real green benefits
To put it simply, when it comes to generating power, everything we do has one objective: to help create a world that runs entirely on green energy
When we planted 11 small wind turbines out at sea at Vindeby, Denmark, in 1991, nobody had tried it before. We couldn’t be certain it would work – but after a process of trial and error, and several modifications, it did.
Since then, we’ve helped mature offshore wind into an industry that can now generate electricity more cheaply than new fossil fuel-based power stations, in many locations at an unprecedented scale.
Some of our energy solutions are well-established while others are just being developed. But in each case, our purpose is the same:
We’re leading the way in finding, developing, and building-out new and innovative solutions to the energy challenges of the 21st century.
And we’re doing it in partnership with others: through joint ventures
, power purchase agreements
, project consortiums
, and more.