Price drops by one fourth in Germany's second wind tender

The second German set-price tender on onshore wind once again brought a major price drop. And once again with Bürgerparks emerging victorious.

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The price for new German wind power is now down to an average 4.28 euro cents per kWh. This is the result of Germany's second onshore wind tender, where contracts were awarded for 1,031 MW onshore wind, according to a statement from Germany's Bundesnetzagentur for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway.

As such, the average price dropped 25.2 percent since the country's first onshore wind tender in May.

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