MEKH concludes feed-in tariff tender

Green Energy

The Hungarian Energy and Public Utilities Regulatory Office (MEKH) accepted offers for 271 GWh of electricity and 27 MW of battery capacity at a feed-in tariff tender for 300 GWh of renewable power, MEKH said on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

MEKH selected 12 winners from 24 bidders at the tender, the sixth one MEKH has called. The weighted average offer price of the winning bids was HUF 25.16 per kWh. 

MEKH head Péter János Horváth said all winning bids were for solar power. He noted that a new condition for participation in the tender was having battery capacity equivalent to 10% of nameplate capacity and the ability to ensure automatically regulated reserve power to transmission system operator MAVIR.



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