6 thoughts on “Copenhagen to be carbon neutral by 2025; Hilarious photo”

  1. Given Europe’s restrictive water emission policies, I sincerely doubt that they use once-through system. In fact, there are a number of plants in Europe that filter their process water instead of having purges so that they can operate without an outfall at all.

  2. I wonder if the Danes have done environmental impact statements on the effects of returning warm water and managing the corrosion and carbonate deposition in the heat exchangers. I’m also pleased with the fact that no one in Denmark denies or questions that they can control the climate. Also, the price per kwh for electricity in Denmark is $0.40 compared to the US range of $0.08-$0.17. Such a deal this green energy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_pricing

  3. Water vapor. Nice white plume. But like your fake smoke picture, the media seems to find water vapor a way to show the public pollution spewing out of some evil stack. The shear repetition of these types of photos has very likely resulted in the media not even recognizing that it is propaganda.

  4. Looks like Brondby Vester, which case it is an old coal plant transformed to natural gas. Your point remains though.

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