WindEurope welcomes Germany's latest auction results

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Good news: After almost two years of undersubscribed auctions the latest auction was the second consecutive that was oversubscribed.

Official Press Release WindEurope:

Germany has turned the corner on onshore wind

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Germany has turned the corner on onshore wind

The German Energy Regulator (Bundesnetzagentur) has announced the results of Germany’s latest onshore wind auction. After almost two years of undersubscribed auctions it was the second consecutive auction that was oversubscribed. And that’s not the only good news for onshore wind in Germany. The permitting numbers are up. And the new Government wants to scale up the build-out of new onshore wind.

In its latest onshore wind auction the Bundesnetzagentur this week awarded 1,300 MW of new capacity. They had received 147 bids totalling 1,350 MW. This follows their last auction in September 2021 which was also (slightly) oversubscribed. The average winning price in this auction was €57.6/MWh, just below the price ceiling of €58.8/MWh. The lowest bid was... ... More: Official Press Release WindEurope

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