Greece prepares for 600 MW renewables round

18 March 2019

Greece’s regulator has announced details of the country’s next renewable energy tender.

The Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) will open the bidding on 15 April for 600 MW of wind and solar energy projects.

RAE has set the maximum bidding price at €64.72/MWh. The tender will be open to solar projects is capacities of at least 20 MW, while the minimum project size for wind is 50 MW.

Clusters of wind and solar projects using a single substation are also allowed to participate, provided that their combined capacity exceeds 50 MW.

The auction follows the first renewable energy auction held by Greece in July 2018, which awarded around 277 MW of capacity. In December the country’s second auction awarded 160 MW of wind and 62 MW of small-scale solar.

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