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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No wind power developer has ever been successful in Germany’s technology-neutral tenders, which pit wind and solar PV against one another
The UK government hopes to award contracts to 12GW of renewable energy capacity in the next auction rounds, which are scheduled for late 2021
Equinor's Port of Albany extension initiative is part of the energy giant's bid submitted for New York's ongoing 2.5GW offshore wind tender
Eni and HitecVision aim to bid in Norway's forthcoming tender for offshore wind licences
US State is pursuing a competitive request for proposals (RFP) to procure up to 600 MW of new offshore wind energy, Governor Gina M. Raimondo announces.
All of Germany's onshore wind-only tenders this year have failed to fill capacity targets, while successful bid prices have largely stabilised
The Russian government is expected to change the way it awards wind power contracts in tenders from next year
Equinor, Iberdrola, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Ørsted have all submitted bids for New York's ongoing 2.5GW offshore wind tender
Germany's latest wind-only tender was undersubscribed, and wind lost out to solar in a new auction with altered rules
Changes to how Russian wind tenders are scheduled could disadvantage smaller developers and sector newcomers, an industry body has warned