The Netherlands should have announced the 700 MW Hollandse Kust 3+4 public tender this last Friday. But even though Dutch wind sector trade association NWEA had otherwise planned its annual conference on that date, the hosts were unable to relay any festive news from the country's politicians. Dutch authorities postponed the announcement at the last minute.
The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) informs on its website that the evaluation period for submitted project bids is extended by a maximum of 13 weeks, meaning that the result might not be released until September 13. RVO confirms the extension with EnergyWatch but offers no further explanation.
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