The Danish Energy Minister Jørgensen urges Europe to ease the process of approvals for wind farm permits that currently can take up to 9 years: Denmark aims to become a net exporter of green energy by 2030. Jørgensen will host an energy summit on Tuesday on the Baltic Sea island of Bornholm, where Denmark hopes to reach a deal with Germany, Poland, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to expand wind capacity in the region, as Copenhagen believes that the Baltic Sea area has the potential for up to 93GW. Read more on