Denmark’s government wants to inhibit fossil fuels in domestic air transport by the end of this decade in its most recent drive to achieve its climate goals.
Denmark to utilize green fuels by 2025
The Nordic nation, which recently planned to enhance investments in the green hydrogen sector, wants the foremost domestic flights to utilize green fuel no later than in 2025, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen stated in their annual address on the new year’s foremost day.
Frederiksen stated in a televised discourse that to travel is to live and hence human beings fly. However, parallelly, it affects our climate. The Prime Minister stated that they strived to make flying green.
Frederiksen accredited that the scientific resolutions weren’t yet in place and that accomplishing the target would be challenging.
It is the most recent declaration in a cavern of policies established to assist the government to accomplish one of the globe’s most ambitious climate goals. By 2030, Denmark strives to inhibit carbon emissions by 70% in comparison with the levels of 1990. In her speech, Frederiksen also vowed a more rationalized tax on emissions for businesses to guarantee that the highest emitters pay the biggest taxes.