Weekly round-up of renewable energy PPA news (July 9-15)

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July 16 (Renewables Now) - Here is a short list of stories about new power purchase agreements (PPAs) covered by Renewables Now in the past week, also including a biomass tender in Germany that will award long-term contracts, and a 680-MW RfP in North and South Carolina.

Germany starts 226-MW biomass power tender

Germany on Tuesday announced the start of this year’s biomass tender with a total volume of 225.8 MW. The deadline for bids is September 3.

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Duke Energy seeks 680 MW of renewables in Carolinas RfP

Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) on Tuesday announced a request for proposals (RfPs) for adding 680 MW of renewable energy capacity in both North and South Carolina. Proposals can be in the form of PPAs, utility self-developed power plants or asset acquisitions.

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Azure grabs 160 MW in Uttar Pradesh solar tender

Solar power producer Azure Power (NYSE:AZRE) confirmed that it has won 160 MW in a solar auction in India’s Uttar Pradesh state with a bid of INR 3.55 per kWh. The company will 25-year PPA with Uttar Pradesh Power Corp Ltd (UPPCL) for the project.

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BayWa re secures 101-MW wind PPA for California project

US firm BayWa re Wind LLC has sealed a long-term contract to sell the entire output of its 101-MW Strauss wind project in California.The PPA has been signed with local utility MCE.

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Argentina signs 210 MW of RenovAr round 2 contracts

Argentina has signed four contracts with winners of the RenovAr 2 renewable energy auction -- one wind, one biomass and two biogas projects -- for a combined capacity of 210.32 MW.

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Vattenfall secures PPA for part of 600-MW wind farm off Denmark

Vattenfall AB will supply part of the 600-MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm’s output to Danish pharmaceutical group Novo Nordisk AS (CPH:NOVO-B) and industrial enzymes producer Novozymes A/S (CPH:NZYM-B) under a new long-term deal. The PPA will become effective from January 1, 2020.

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