October 26 (Solar) – Greece will hold its next renewable energy tender on December 10, targeting 194 MW of solar and 129 MW of wind power, according to information released by the country’s Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE).
The regulator has pushed back the date of the auction a few days after conducting a public consultation that ended on October 15.
The table below includes the maximum bidding prices for each category of projects.
|Capacity range||Source type||Starting price (in EUR)|
|Up to 1 MW||Solar||81.71/MWh|
|1 MW-20 MW||Solar||71.91/MWh|
|3 MW-50 MW||Wind||79.77/MWh|
Interested parties should file applications online by November 12 and need to present a physical copy by November 14. The successful outcome of the tender is still subject to achieving a 75% oversubscription.
In July, Greece completed its first renewable energy auction, awarding about 277 MW of capacity, including 170.9 MW of wind power.