Zero-subsidy bidders first in line for Dutch offshore wind

Companies prepared to make zero-subsidy bids will be allowed to bid first on two coming offshore wind farms in the Netherlands with a total 700 MW. If no zero-subsidy bids are made, the farms will be tendered in a traditional auction.
Photo: Windpark Noordostpolder
Photo: Windpark Noordostpolder

The Netherlands are ready to compete with Germany, which received zero-subsidy bids this April from Dong Energy and EnBW. The country will thus allow companies with zero-subsidy bids to get ahead of the line when bidding on the wind farm Hollandse Kust Zuid.

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