Why does Denmark slide down the global sustainability index? What are the consequences?
From being number 2 out of 129 countries on the global
sustainability index in the previous rating Denmark is sliding down to number 5. Denmark’s previous AAA rating correspondingly is sliding down to an AAB rating.
It will become apparent from WEC's World Energy Trilemma Report for 2014, which will be announced in Washington DC, 24 November 2014. WEC Denmark has even now organized a presentation of the report in Denmark on 1 December.
DI Energy and WEC Denmark invites to a presentation and discussion of the rating:
- How is the rating performed?
- Why is Denmark’s rating sliding down?
- What are the consequenses for our reputation and export of green technology?
- What can Denmark do to get back on track?
Monday 01 December 2014, 14:30 - 17:00
House of Industry, H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18
1553 Copenhagen V
Left: Hans Hvidtfeldt Larsen, President,
WEC Denmark. Right: Einari Kisel,
Regional Manager, WEC Europe.
World Energy Council arbejder for at sikre bæredygtig energi til hele verdens befolkning
Præsident Claus Møller, Siemens A/S
Vicepræsident Hans Peter Slente, DI Energi
Sekretær Niels Michael Petersen, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
c/o DTU, Bygning 775, Frederiksborgvej 399, 4000 Roskilde. Telefon 4677 4612, email@example.com
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