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    Denmark: DTU plans to repeat a study of attitude to wind turbines

    December 6, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News


      Jacob Ladenburg, a professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), has said in a message from DTU that he wants to repeat a study on the Danish population's attitudes towards onshore and offshore wind turbines. Ladenburg has studied how the population feels about setting up wind turbines at sea and on land since 2004. He emphasises particularly, as the recent studies have shown that the young generation is more positive about the sight of wind turbines than the older ones. In the study, people are presented with visual scenarios where the wind turbines are set up respectively 8,12,18 and 50 km from the coast, just as DTU asks how much higher electricity prices people are willing to pay if the wind turbine are moved further away. A new study is expected to be conducted in 2023 to get the current picture of consumer attitudes towatds


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