Zero-subsidy German offshore projects could generate power at €31/MWh, says analyst

In the Recharge article ‘Zero-subsidy German offshore projects could generate power at €31/MWh, says analyst’ Giles Hundelby writes about the impact of the recent ‘zero-subsidy’ bids that won German offshore wind development auctions. While analyzing the results and recognising that they represent (another) significant leap in offshore wind generation, he also cautions that too much can be read into these results, especially given the unique nature of the auction mechanism (it is very much an interim system as Germany transitions between systems and will only exist for one or two years),  the nature of the sites plus the wider context of both the German electricity market and the winning bidders’  business strategies.

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2017-05-02T16:50:43+00:00 02/05/2017|News|