Denmark has offered to assist Ukraine with expertise in energy infrastructure to rebuild the country after the Russian invasion last year, which caused significant

damage to Ukraine's energy infrastructure.

The five-year agreement will focus on onshore and offshore wind energy, with the aim of increasing the country's energy independence from Russia and promoting a green reimagining of its energy infrastructure. Ukraine has significant potential for wind turbines due to its large size and agricultural land.

The short-term aspect of the agreement will involve rebuilding and expanding onshore wind energy resources, while the long-term focus will be on investigating the potential for offshore wind energy. Denmark will also help Ukraine develop a legislative framework to promote wind energy in the country. Photo by Rob Farrow, Wikimedia commons.