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A 1,500-foot ski slope atop a power plant just opened to the public in Denmark. Here’s what it’s like to ski down.

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  • A waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen contains a 1,500-foot ski slope on its roof.
  • The slope officially opened to the public on October 4. Visitors can now ski down its synthetic turf all year round.
  • The power plant burns trash to produce electricity and heat for local homes.
  • Visit Businessinsider.com for more stories.

Don’t let the green turf fool you — the winding path atop Copenhagen’s new power plant is a ski slope, and it’s now open year-round.

October 4 marked the slope’s official unveiling to the public, though some visitors got to test it last winter.

The power plant on which the read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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