Denmark has seen total loss of 7.85 terawatt hours of wind power production through a mixture of curtailments, faults and failures as well as age-related performance degradation from 1978 to 2020, renewable energy analyst company IntelStor said.

That has led to DKr2.1bn ($278m) in cumulated revenue losses, the analyst firm founded by Philip Totaro calculated in a research note, based on power purchase contract prices as well as average annual settlement rates for remaining assets not under contract.