Federal Network Agency issued allowances in the fifth round of ground-mounted PV tender
The Federal Network Agency today bezuschlagt 25 bids with a bid of 130 megawatts within the tendering for photovoltaic ground-mounted systems.
“The price level in the fifth round of calls has dropped slightly again despite a smaller number of bids,” shares Jochen Homann, President of the Federal Network Agency, with. “This is a further effective competition in ground-mounted PV systems,” says Homann continues.
Award value dropped again
In the new round of tenders the surcharges again in bid price method ( “pay as bid”) were determined. The average award value is 7.23 cents / kilowatt hour, making it compared to the first round (7.41 cents / kWh) dropped slightly again. The highest bid value could still receive an allowance, was below 8 cents / kWh.
The increases went to legal entities: two public limited companies, limited liability companies and six to 17 to GmbH & Co. KGs.
heavily oversubscribed tender volume
In this tender 62 bids for projects with a volume of 311 megawatts at the Federal Network Agency had been received. The tender volume of 125 megawatts was significantly oversubscribed again. It had 9 bids are excluded because they did not meet the eligibility requirements.
The final results can be published until it is known whether a clearing procedure is performed. This is dependent on whether and to what amount financial bid Second collateral. Of this amount, the successful tenderer until 24 August 2016 time.