Tid og sted: Onsdag d. 12. marts, EWEA 2014 Konferencen, Barcelona
The nearshore tender offers an opportunity for new players to acces the offshore market in Denmark. The tender contains a total of 450 MW divided in up to 6 different sites competing against each other - each with a maximum capacity of 200 MW (though one site is limited to 50 MW).
The political ambition behind the nearshore wind projects is to reduce cost of energy due to shorter distance to shore (4 km) and more flexibility in, among many other things, park sizes and location. New players and a more diverse group of potential bidders due to the potentially smaller scale in each site also enhance the chances of lower prices.
The seminar will provide you with information about the process for the nearshore tender which will start with technical dialogue in spring 2014. You will also hear about how project risks are decreased by providing EIAs and other preinvestigations before bidders prepare their tenders. In addition the seminar will show how a simple administrative framework and transparency makes it attractive to engage in the Danish offshore tenders.
- Jan Hylleberg, CEO, Danish Wind Industry Association
11:05 Offshore investments in Denmark
- Therese Kofoed Jensen, Adviser, Danish Energy Agency
11:25 New nearshore tender in Denmark
- Hans Martin Kühl, Special Adviser, Danish Energy Agency
11:50 EWEA offshore in Copenhagen
- Anders Mika Dalegaard, Head of Events, Danish Wind Industry Association
Follow the tender at www.ens.dk/offshorewind