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The Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy, and Utilities has stated that the tender for its North Sea energy island would be postponed until later this year.
In an official statement, the government stated that it still intends to build an energy island in the North Sea, but that the existing design will cost more than DK 50 billion, which the government cannot (politically) justify. The Danish government will utilise the extra time to examine and research additional ideas to ensure that there isn't a better method to realise a more profitable energy island in the North Sea.