Saving electricity reduces CO2 emissions
Saving electricity is the most practical way to reduce CO2 emissions and other greenhouse gasses in Denmark. This is because electricity production accounts for 40% of the country’s total carbon footprint. As an energy form electricity is therefore responsible for most CO2 emissions.
In Denmark, electricity production accounts for 40% of the country’s carbon footprint.
The safest way to reduce CO2 emissions is to destroy CO2 quotas.
It makes a difference to the environment when you use electricity.