Spain sends out 3 GW wind (and sun) for urgent tender

After last week's success in the first Spanish tender in three years, the wind industry can look forward to more gains in Spain after the announcement of a new tender under the same conditions as the former.

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The Spanish government is has sent out a further 3GW of renewable energy to tender "before the summer." Not more than one week ago, Spain announced the winners of the latest tender and "in order to follow up on the success", a new rapid tender has been offered for corresponding capacity. The latest tender received applications from approximately three times the offer.

This according to the Spanish energy ministry.

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