Denmark's energy revolution is being achieved without fanfare but its significance could be huge. Copenhagen will soon be the world's first carbon neutral capital city.

The country provides steam-driven hot water for 200,000 homes and wind-driven electricity for 1,5 million households. 
 
At a time when the Cold War feels like it is being reborn, Denmark says its own policies towards Russia are not compromised by energy demands.

So should other European countries adopt Denmark's energy approach?

Laurence Lee reports from the Danish capital, Copenhagen.

Source: Al Jazeera