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WORKING GROUP WIND INDUSTRY – The network of the wind industry within VDMA
Given the diversification of production in the wind sector and the expansion and consolidation of global markets, effective networking and the exclusiveness of market and technology-related information are becoming increasingly important. Since its establishment in 2013, the VDMA WG Wind Industry, with more than 100 members, has become the corresponding hub.
The working group serves as an information hub and network for the entire wind industry in mechanical engineering.
The German Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) today published the results of the fourth and final round of tenders for onshore wind energy in 2018. The tender for 670 megawatts (MW) was clearly under-subscribed with bids of 363 MW and the average award value was 6.26 ct/kWh.
Standstill in energy policy must come to an end ‐ German government´s 65
percent target can only be achieved with more offshore wind energy ‐ Current
projects up to 2020 are progressing according to plan
Just in time for the upcoming tender in August, the Bundestag decided today, Friday, that a permit according to the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG) is a prerequisite for participation in onshore wind energy projects.
On the occasion of the Hannover Messe, VDMA Power Systems presented the “Power Plant Engineering Economic Trend 2018”. Before the presentation, the Chairman of VDMA Power Systems and CEO of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Dr. Markus Tacke, explained: “The announcements in the coalition contract regarding climate protection and energy transition must now be acted upon, as European plant engineering can only then assert itself as the forerunner of a leading market for energy systems in global competition.”
The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) published the results of the first cross-technology call for tender for onshore wind and solar energy today. For the 200 megawatt (MW) call for tender, 32 bids with a scope of 210 MW for solar plants only were accepted, while the bids submitted for onshore wind power plants were not accepted. The average volume-weighted awarded value is 4.67 ct/kWh.
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