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Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) - Denmark

Overview of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan for Denmark


Publication date
19 February 2021
Opening date
Deadline model
Deadline date
31 December 2026, 23:59 (CET)
Level of funding
National level


The Danish Resilience and Recovery Plan consists of 33 investments and 6 reforms. 59% of the plan will support climate objectives and 25% of the plan will foster the digital transition. The reforms will support the green transition of the economy, while most investments are targeted to increase energy efficiency, reduce CO2 emissions and foster the digital transformation. All reforms and investments have to be implemented by August 2026. The plan includes the following fields of operation: (1) Strengthening the Resilience of the Health Care System; (2) Green transition of Agriculture and the Environment; (3) Energy efficiency, green heating and CCS; (4) Green Tax Reform; (5) Sustainable Road Transport; (6) Digitalisation; (7) Green research and Development. In general, however, the Danish NRRP includes a limited focus on issues of upskilling and reskilling.

The Office of the minister of Finance, represented by deputy permanent secretary, coordinates the NRRP. More information can be found here