Draft law lifts maximum bid, adds second component to avoid draw Cabinet to decide Wed, stakeholders call for adjustments Hydrogen (non-grid) fields to be included at a later stage Germany’s cabinet is set to finalize a new offshore wind law on Wednesday, enshrining a 20 GW target for 2030 and setting a new 40 GW ambition for 2040. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now In an online webinar Friday, German utility EnBW, developer of Germany’s 610-MW Hohe See/Albatros offshore wind farm, welcomed the more ambitious long-term targets, but said the most important near-term goal was to avoid a pile-up of zero-subsidy bids. “A draw between a number of zero bids” in the next tender needed to be ruled out, EnBW’s head of generation Dirk Guesewell said. Tuesday’s government draft tender model with a second bid component was workable, but a UK-style Contracts […]