Amager Bakke

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Amager Bakke

Amager Bakke, also known as the Amager Slope or Copenhill, is a joint power plant for converting waste to energy and a sports park in Amager, Copenhagen, Denmark.[1] The plant opened in 2017,[2] and partially replaced the nearby old waste incineration plant in Amager, which is being converted from coal to biomass (expected to be completed in 2020). The two plants play a major role in Copenhagen's ambition to reach zero carbon emissions in 2025.[3]

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  1. Staff, C. N. N. "Green buildings: 18 examples of sustainable architecture around the world". CNN. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  2. Serup, M. (30 March 2017). Skidt, skrald og æggebakker indvier Amager Bakke. TV2-Lorry. Retrieved 19 July 2017.
  3. Slavin, T. (26 October 2016). An incinerator with a view: Copenhagen waste plant gets ski slope and picnic area. The Guardian. 19 July 2017.