Enstedværket in Aabenraa, Denmark is a power plant fired up with oil and coal. In 2013 Dong Energy decided to shut down the power plant and sell it to the municipality of Aabenraa . Block 2 in the power plant has already been demolished, and Block 3 with its 134.000 square meters is expected to be finished in 2020 .
Next to the power plant there is a coal- and oil harbor, in which it is possible to receive fully loaded coal carriers. Dong Energy sold the coal harbor to Vattenfall in 2014 . Enstedværket has the biggest coal- and oil harbor in Northern Europe and it is still actively being used by Vattenfall. The coal is transported in special bulk frames, which can accommodate 10,000 tones of coal. Vattenfall is still delivering coal to three power plants in Denmark .
In 2016 and 2017 a small group of environmental activists from KlimaKollektivet (the Climate Collective) broke into the closed power plant at Enstedværket as an act of civil disobedience and put up banners that said ‘Nul Kul’ (No Coal) and ‘System Change’  . Each year in April, Vattenfall has its shareholders meeting and in the days up to the meeting, the activists have been trying to create awareness of the company’s lacking transition to sustainable energy, as they have otherwise stated they would be doing  . For more than 30 hours, the activists occupied the bulk frames that are used to transit coal, by chaining themselves to the conveyor belts so that the ship cannot be loaded .
While occupying the power plant, they made a short film about how to block a coal harbor, while filming themselves entering and describing their actions in order to inspire others to do the same . The Climate Collective also made a video, where they are pretending to work for Vattenfall presenting their true annual report at a yearly meeting. Speaking on behalf of Vattenfall they change their strategies and sell all their power plants while apologising for harming the environment, creating climate change, and encourage everyone to partake in the fight for climate justice .(See less)