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Dutch tender tests developer appetite for zero-subsidy wind

SparkSpread interview Martijn Maandag

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Dutch tender tests developer appetite for zero-subsidy wind

SparkSpread interview with Martijn Maandag

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Vattenfall's decision to pull out of this month's Dutch offshore wind tender

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Dutch tender tests developer appetite for zero-subsidy wind

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Vattenfall's decision to pull out of this month's Dutch offshore wind tender

SparkSpread interview with Martijn Maandag

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For this article Martijn Maandag has been interviewed. It has been published first by SparkSpread on 21 April 2020 and republished with permission.
Vattenfall's decision to pull out of this month's Dutch offshore wind tender suggests that falling power price prices in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic could lessen developers' appetite to participate in the country's latest zero-subsidy merchant offshore wind auction, reports Anastasia Gnezditskaia

Article

Dutch tender tests developer appetite for zero-subsidy wind

SparkSpread interview with Martijn Maandag

About:

Vattenfall's decision to pull out of this month's Dutch offshore wind tender