Implementation of Auctions for Renewable Energy Support in the Netherlands and Denmark: A cooperation case study: Report D7.1-NL/DK, March 2016

Malte Gephart, Lena Kitzing, Silvana Tiedeman, Fabian Wigan, Corinna Klessmann, Paul Noothout

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    Abstract

    This report deals with the potential implementation of opened auctions for Renewable Energy support in the Netherlands from 2017 on. The report focuses on the implementation process and provides the necessary background information. Furthermore the planned auction design is described and discussed both from a policy maker’s and an investor’s point of view. Finally, main strengths and weaknesses are identified and the scheme is discussed according to several success criteria. The proposed design is related to the findings from AURES work packages 2, 3 and 4, which included the identification of success criteria, of appropriate auction formats and suitable design elements for RES auctions, as well as the analysis of past auction implementations.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherTechnical University of Denmark
    Number of pages31
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

    Bibliographical note

    Project “AURES Auctions for Renewable Energy Support”, H2020 grant number 64617, Report D7.1-NL/DK

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