Uruguay wind-power prices fall sharply in second tender

Prices for Uruguay’s second wind-power tender came in around the $63/MWh mark, echoing the low levels seen at Brazil’s tender last week.

Three wind farm projects developed by a local group and two German outfits are likely to be offered contracts, according to the conditions set out for the tender process.

Ensol, owned by local entrepreneur Juan Otegui, offered the lowest rate of $62.35/MWh for 50MW; Generación Eólica Minas, owned by Germany’s Sowitec, offered a rate of $63.90/MWh for 42MW; and Aguas Leguas, owned by the German eab group, offered a rate of $64.96/MWh for 100MW.

However, in an effort to get the wind farms on line as quickly as possible to address Log in to read complete article.

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