Historically low prices in Danish solar tender

A Danish project developer will erect three new solar panel facilities for a price which could even end up outperforming onshore wind.  This highlights the firm position of solar power in Denmark, states the winner.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Tobias Selnær Markussen.

The price of renewable energy in Denmark has set a new record low. Danish project developer Better Energy won it all at the Danish Energy Agency's solar tender and will construct three solar farms of a total 21.6 MW, with just a supplement of DKK 0.01289/kWh on the market price. This fare is not only the cheapest seen in Denmark, but also internationally lower than most solar panel projects in much sunnier countries.

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