News Digest Item
29 Nov 2016

“Cross-border solar: Denmark gets 50 MW of German tender with bids of 5.38 euro cents/kWh”

pv magazine

Europe’s first ever cross-border solar tender sees five Danish solar developers snapping up 50 megawatts in a German tender for construction of five solar projects in Denmark, reports Ian Clover in pv magazine. Winning bids of EUR 5.38 cents/kWh were almost two cents lower than in Germany’s previous solar tender in August. The Danish developers are to develop the projects on agricultural land – something that is currently forbidden in Germany in the renewable energy Law (EEG).

Read the article in English here.

Find the Federal Grid Agency’s press release in German here.

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