As part of EU's Recovery and Resilience Facility, the Denmark government submitted its national recovery and resilience plan to the European Commission. The plan is composed of seven initiatives consistent with the principles of the European Green Deal and the country's climate targets.
Five of the initiatives are directly related to energy and climate issues:
- Energy efficiency, green heating and CCS (DKK 2 bn)
- Green tax reform (DKK 3.9 bn)
- Sustainable road transport (DKK 1.6 bn)
- Green research and development (DKK 1.8 bn)
The budget envisaged for the plan is DKK 11.6 billion (around EUR 134.4 million), with a target of reducing greenhouse gas emisssions by 70% in 2030.