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.
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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
The auction for the planned 800-1,000MW Thor offshore project will have a deadline of November 2021
Equinor, Jera and J-Power join a long list of partnerships targeting the Japanese offshore wind market
Vestas has bagged its largest ever single project order in Europe — a 443MW onshore wind farm in Scotland.
Ireland has taken a ‘big step’ with its first clean energy tender, but prices can be cut further, claims the national wind energy association
The Estonian and Latvian governments have agreed to jointly develop a 1GW wind farm in the Gulf of Riga that they claim could meet 40% of Estonia’s annual electricity consumption.
Germany’s third onshore wind-only tender this year was undersubscribed again, while the weighted average bid price remained unchanged. And again, a simultaneous solar tender was oversubscribed more than four times over, while prices decreased.
Oil giant Shell and Dutch energy company Eneco have won the tender to build the subsidy-free 759MW Hollandse Kust Noord offshore wind farm.