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. The plant opened in 2017, 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.
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