Spain will hold its next auction for onshore wind and... Read more →
The UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has unfurled the results of CfD allocation Round 4, with 15-year contracts awarded to circa 11GW of capacity, split between offshore wind (6.994GW), solar PV (2.209GW), onshore wind (888MW), remote island wind (597.60MW), tidal stream (40.82MW), floating offshore wind (32MW) and energy from waste (30MW).
Croatia has now opened the bidding for its current renewables support tender, in which up to 648MW of new capacity could be awarded market premium tariffs.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund (BSIF) has extended the timetable for its current placing to allow would-be investors more time to digest the implications of a possible windfall tax on UK energy generators.
Ireland has released the provisional results of the second round of its Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS), awarding nearly 2GW of capacity across onshore wind (414MW) and solar PV (1.534GW). A wide collection of developers, utilities, and strategics are set to walk away with contracts for their projects, including Highfield Solar, Statkraft, Soleire Renewables, Elgin… Read More ›