Hidden Job Market in the Renewable Energy Sector: Denmark: Greater Copenhagen and Denmark have taken a lead position in sustainable energy. Greater Copenhagen’s Smart Grid sector is among Europe’s leading, attracting international research and innovation . In recent years, more than 30% of all EU Smart Grid R&D projects have taken place in Denmark. Undoubtedly Denmark is a country for wind technology and a global wind technology hub. Today, 30% of Denmark’s electricity consumption is covered by wind turbines, increasing to 50% by 2020. Siemens (https://www.siemens.com/global/en/home/markets/wind.html) Gamesa Renewable Energy and MHI Vestas (www.mhivestasoffshore.com) produce 75% of the world’s offshore wind turbines. In October 2017 three Danish wind technology giants form the eWind Partnership which – shortly afterwards – counts already 26 companies, including, but not limited to Ørsted (formerly known as DONG Energy), Statoil, A2Sea, Vattenfall, Dancoat and Gardit. The wind partnership will collaborate on common standards and specifications for things such as towers, lifting equipment, veneers and access to the turbine.