Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Solar-Electric-System-on-Danish-Island-of-Samsoe-27MZIF3T42ZL.htmlConceptually similarSolar Electric System on Danish Island of SamsoeGP0STP328Completed★★★★Post Office's Electric Car on Danish Island of SamsoeGP0STP32ECompleted★★★★Post Office's Electric Car on Danish Island of SamsoeGP0STP32FCompleted★★★★Local Solar Heating Plant on Samsoe IslandGP0STP32DCompleted★★★★Wind Turbines on Samsoe IslandGP0STP323Completed★★★★Wind Turbines among Fields on Samsoe IslandGP0STP32CCompleted★★★★Wind Turbines on Samsoe IslandGP0STP324Completed★★★★Wind Turbines in a Field in Samsoe IslandGP0STP325Completed★★★★Solar Power Station in DenmarkGP02LG8Completed★★★★View AllGP0STP329Solar Electric-System on Danish Island of SamsoeElectric system of a private owned solar panel stable on Samsoe. 100% of the electricity in the island is provided by wind turbines, 70% of the heat supply comes from four sustainable district heating plants. A large amount of small private systems also contribute to the production of renewable energy.Locations:Denmark-Europe-Northern Europe-Samsø Island-ScandinaviaDate:26 May, 2015Credit:© Denis Sinyakov / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5355px X 3602pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Electric cables (electrical components)-Energy-Energy [R]evolution (campaign title)-Energy efficiency-Energy infrastructures-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Overhead power lines-Renewable energy-Solar energy-Solar power stations-Wind turbinesShoot:Renewable Energy Documentation in DenmarkGreenpeace conducted a documentation on renewable energy in the Danish islands of Samsoe and Aeroe. 100% of the electricity in the Samsoe island is provided by wind turbines, 70% of the heat supply comes from four sustainable district heating plants. Samsoe has an international lead as an energy-efficient research island, from which the Samsoe Energy Academy shares knowledge and experiences with the world. Aeroe renewable energy island, south of Denmark, houses the largest solar heating power station in the world with more than 33000 m2 covered in solar panels.