Auctions for Renewable Energy Support II – First insights and results of the Horizon2020 project AURES II

Vasilios Anatolitis, Pablo del Río, Ana Amazo, Maria Bartek-Lesi, Felix von Blücher, Barbara Breitschopf, Robert Brückmann, Mak Dukan, Karl-Martin Ehrhart, Oscar Fitch-Roy, Jasper Geipel, Ann-Katrin Hanke, Moira Jimeno , Christoph Kiefer, Lena Kitzing, Mats Marquadt, Craig Menzies, Gustav Resch, Agustin Roth, László SzabóFabian Wigand, Jenny Winkler, Bridget Woodman

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Abstract

The Horizon2020 project AURES II aims at ensuring the effective implementation of auctions for renewable energies in the EU Member States (MS). In recent years, auction schemes for the allocation of support for renewable electricity sources (RES) have been advancing rapidly across Europe. Auctions are considered to have brought down support levels and increased planning capability for RES deployment and state budgets. In some unfortunate cases, they have, however, also resulted in delayed or unrealised projects and increased uncertainty for project developers. A variety of auction designs are still being tested and introduced in EU MS, as well as foreseen by European legislation. Therefore, there is still a need for further assessment and improvement of national auction design and implementation to ensure the future success of RES auctions in Europe. Applying different qualitative and quantitative methods in the various work packages (WPs), the AURES II project partners have already drafted and published a large number of reports and studies. This article aims at comprehensively presenting these results and provide a first overview.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPapeles de Energía
Volume13
Pages (from-to)13-39
Number of pages27
ISSN2530-0148
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Renewable energy
  • Electricity
  • Auctions

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