Since the end of 2000, this wind farm has been in the Øresund straits (they can be 9.8 to16.4 feet deep; 3 to 5 meters) that separate Denmark from Sweden 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) to the east of Copenhagen’s harbor. So far, it is one of Denmark’s largest off shore wind farms. Its twenty aero generators with a 249 feet (76 meters) diameter rotor perched 210 feet (64 meters) above the water, form a 21.1 miles (3.4 kilometers) arc. With 40 megawatt of power, this farm produces 89 million kilowatt-hours a year (about 3 percent of the city’s electricity consumption). In 2025, Denmark hopes to satisfy 50 percent of its energy needs using wind energy, compared to 21 percent at the moment. Even if renewable energy only accounted 13, 3 % of primary electricity used and 19, 5% of energy produced in the world in 2009, its environmental advantages have generated considerable interest. Thanks to technical progress which has considerably reduced the noise problems of wind turbines, they are more appealing. And with 200.000 MW of installed capacity and about an average annual increase of almost 29% over the past ten years, the wind power sector is taking off.
Taken in 2001, It is a silver photography. His original slide is stored by the Yann Arthus-Bertrand Studio in Paris.
Original work by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. The prints are made exclusively by the Yann Arthus-Bertrand Studio in Paris under the control of the artist himself.
Original Edition Signed and Numbered
Prints ordered without frames include a white border
- Format 1, 2 & 3 = 2 cm of white border around the image
- Format 4, 5 = 4 cm of white border around the image
- Format 6 = 5 cm of white border around the image
Digital print made by the Yann Arthus-Bertrand Studio. Canon IPF 9400 Ink-jet printer, pigmentary ink, printing on acid free 100% cotton fibre paper (Museo Silver Rag)
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POUR LES ŒUVRES SIGNÉS ET NUMÉROTÉES
All our frames are made to measure and hand-made. The wood chosen for the frames is cut directly and assembled as a function of the work and painted as chosen.
For the signed prints, the Yann Arthus-Bertrand Studio offers three choices of frame : dark wood, wood painted white, wood painted black.
It is possible thereafter to choose a frame with glass or a frame with non-reflecting glass.
FOR THE LIMITED EDITIONS
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Only for orders taken in July and August, between 3 to 4 weeks should be allowed for a print and 5 to 6 weeks for a framed print.
Once the order is validated, the print is made, signed and framed in accordance with your request.
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Once the print/frame has been dispatched, you will receive an e-mail from the Studio giving you the name of the transporter, the number of the parcel and the estimated date of delivery.