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Energy Rev monthly round-up & snap analysis: July 2022
The UK finally completed its fourth CfD auction in July, allocating out contracts to 10.8GW of onshore wind, offshore wind, solar PV, tidal and bioenergy capacity. Many felt the onshore renewables segment resulted in higher clearing prices than anticipated, and successful projects may also look to boost revenues further by tapping merchant power prices where they can. Indeed, so high are market prices currently that multiple developers opted out of the competition altogether.
In its latest round-up Energy Rev also takes a look at the growing momentum behind proposed changes to Poland’s notorious 10H planning rule for onshore wind developments, with a draft law now having been approved by the country’s cabinet and set to work its way through its two houses of parliament, and some of the implications of Germany’s recent decision to allow negative bidding in upcoming offshore wind auctions
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