Denmark and Sweden have announced substantial state funding for new energy technology projects, supporting an EU drive to tackle the economic downturn by spending on cleaner technology (EED 26/11/08).
A Danish technology development programme will dispense DKr50m (€6.7m), bringing the total distributed this year to DKr140m. The funding will leverage a further DKr1.4bn of private funding in projects on energy efficiency, hydrogen and fuel cells, biomass, and second-generation biofuels.
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