From pv journal Germany

Germany’s Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur) has allotted 2,234 MW of PV capability within the nation’s newest tender for utility-scale photo voltaic.

It assigned the capability to 326 bids. The whole barely exceeds the two,231 MW that the Bundesnetzagentur initially deliberate to allocate. The tender was closely oversubscribed, with 569 mission proposals for 4.100 MW of capability.

The company set a ceiling value of €0.0737/kWh for the public sale. The common value reached €0.0511/kWh, with closing costs starting from €0.0362/kWh and €0.0549/kWh.

In the final utility-scale PV tender, held in August 2023, the Bundesnetzagentur allotted 1.6 GW of PV at a median closing value of €0.0647/kWh.

This is the newest tender with a dimension restrict of 20 MW for chosen tasks. In the subsequent procurement train, scheduled for July 2024, the dimensions restrict has been raised to 50 MW.

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