This page will tell you the results, if known, of each tender, with price, total capacity, whether the auction was under or over subscribed -- which often has an effect on the price -- and, with more and more technology-neutral auctions taking place, how much of the auction was secured by wind projects.
It will also list upcoming tenders to watch out for, and the latest tender news below the tables.
For more information on tenders in individual countries, click on the name of the country you are interested in if it displays in blue. We are constantly updating this information.
Check out Windpower Monthly's Global Regions page, with an interactive list of markets and their wind power capacities, for a closer look at your chosen region.
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GERMANY: The latest revision of the renewable energy act, expected to take effect in early 2019, will add new auctions to next year's onshore wind calendar, but it is not as good as it looks.
TURKEY: The energy minister has called a tender for 1GW in new onshore wind capacity next March, but no announcement has been made following a 1.2GW offshore auction scheduled for last month.
GERMANY: The government will vote on plans to tender an extra 4GW of onshore wind between 2019 and 2021, and up-to-1.15GW in technology neutral auctions.
INDIA: In the face of recent downscaling and delay of tenders, the Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) has called on a change to bid mechanisms and procurement policy.
POLAND: The government is set to hold a tender for onshore wind on 5 November and has estimated support could be provided for roughly 1GW in new capacity.
UNITED STATES: Utility Dominion Energy has launched a request for proposals (RfP) for 500MW of onshore wind and solar projects in Virginia.
CANADA: Developer Potentia Renewables has won a contract to sell power from a new 200MW wind farm in Saskatchewan.
UK: Fourteen renewable energy companies have written to the government demanding that onshore wind be allowed to compete at auction.
EUROPE: The shift to auction schemes in eastern Europe, Russia and the Caspian could result in 16GW of new onshore wind capacity over the next ten years, according to a new report.
GERMANY: The country's last wind tender of the year was undersubscribed and saw average prices rise again.