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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Ireland-based Mainstream Renewable Power is teaming up with Canadian partners to set its sights on the UK’s upcoming tender for the Celtic Sea, joining a host of offshore wind firms targeting floating development off the south-west coast of England and Wales.
Spain awarded power deals to just 45MW of onshore wind capacity in its latest 3.3GW renewables tender, with the country’s wind energy association AEE blaming a low price cap in place despite inflation and the rising price of raw materials and transportation.
Estonian state-owned Enefit Green plans to make final investment decisions on more than 400MW of new onshore wind projects in the Baltic states by 2023, the company told Windpower Monthly.
India plans to auction five seabed leases that it believes could support nearly 4GW of offshore wind capacity in its debut tender.
German utility RWE has secured the rights to develop the 760MW-plus Hollandse Kust West VII project with a successful bid in the latest zero-subsidy Dutch offshore wind tender.
Ireland has approved plans for the country to hold its first offshore wind tender in the first half of 2023 – the first of three rounds it is looking to hold this decade.
Norwegian energy major Equinor is looking to build gigawatt-scale floating wind in Celtic Sea off the south-west coast of England and Wales.
The election of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Lula) as Brazil’s next president should bode well for the development of offshore wind energy, a senior industry official told Windpower Monthly.
RWE plans to include green hydrogen production, energy storage and various environmentally friendly manufacturing and installation methods in a bid for a 1.8GW offshore wind farm off Poland.
The UK’s renewable energy sector urged incoming prime minister Rishi Sunak to lift the block on onshore wind in England as the former chancellor of the exchequer takes the top office.