Are tenders creating unsustainably low prices?

WORLDWIDE: As growth in wind deployment in Europe and the US slows, the baton has firmly been passed to emerging markets like Brazil and South Africa. Surging demand for electricity in these markets sees state-dominated electricity sectors struggling to keep pace. The response has been to attract private capital by awarding contracts through competitive tendering of PPAs.

by Oscar Fitch-Roy

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