ATHENS – Greece has wrapped the country’s second renewables auction with onshore wind winning almost 160 MW of capacity. According to WindEurope, the prices were competitive, coming in within a range of €55–65/MWh. This price level is lower than in Greece’s first onshore wind auction in July 2018, where onshore wind prices were between €68-72/MWh.

The cost of obtaining a permit for wind farms in Greece remains an issue. The winners in this auction already anticipated these costs as they began...

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