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Auctions for Renewable Energy Support II

Deliverables

Case study reports on planned auctions

This report comprises 46 case studies on auction schemes which are in the planning phase detailing their design and assessing their expected performance where possible It is related to task 22

Research paper on auction results and RES financing

This research paper is based on the results of tasks 51 and 52 It will be submitted to a peerreviewed scientific journal by month 32

Project Identity Package

This deliverable is related to task 10.2 and includes a logo, font, colour palette, as well as templates for deliverables. The project identity will be graphically connected with the previous AURES project in order to ensure recognizability, but will be updated and refreshed.

Guidance document on cross-border auctions

This final document of WP6 summarises the findings and provides concise and concrete guidance to policy makers regarding cross-border auctions. It is part of task 6.5.

Synthesis report tasks 2.1 and 2.2

This report provides an overview and identifies overarching issues and lessons learnt from all case studies in WP3. It is based on the individual case studies presented in D2.1 and D2.2.

Report on qualitative scenarios

This report is linked to task 7.2. It describes and analyses qualitative scenarios for future energy systems and outlines the consequences for auctions.

Report on country-specific and European case studies

This report is linked to tasks 6.3 and 6.4. It covers the case studies carried out on cross-border auctions on country and European level

Report on design options for cross-border auctions

This report addresses auctions in which two more countries are involved and lists and explains relevant design options. It is the result of work carried out in task 7.1.

Report on technology biases in technology-neutral auctions

The content of this report is linked to task 7.1, but covers the topic from a modelling perspective and is thus part of task 8.1.

Report on multi-technology auctions

This report is linked to task 7.1. It covers theoretical and empirical aspects of multi-technology auctions.

Report on design elements affecting financing

This report contains the findings of task 6.1 and provides inputs to task 6.3 which will develop auction designs that are compatible with financing.

Report on auction design recommendations compatible with financing

This report provides concise auction design recommendations for policy makers, based on the results of WP5.

Report on survey results and cash flow simulations: Risk landscape in the EU in relation to auctions

This report is linked to task 5.2. It will present the results of the empirical assessment carried out regarding auctions designs and their effects on Stakeholders and risk assessment.

Interim Dissemination Report

This report is linked to task 10.1 and will recap the dissemination activities over the first reporting period.

Report - Effects of auctions on RES value chains

This report is the result of tasks 4.1 and 4.2 and provides a theoretical as well as an empirical view of the effects of auctions on RES value chains.

Two peer-reviewed papers on the quantitative analysis of auction results

Two peer-reviewed papers shall be submitted to scientific Journals. The first paper will be submitted by month 18, the second paper by month 33. Both papers are part of task 3.2 and deal with the quantitative analysis of auction results as shown in the auction database.

Report - Effects of auctions on technological innovation

This report results from task 4.3. It includes policy recommendations on how auctions can be designed to be aligned with policymakers’ objectives regarding technological innovation.

Case study reports on existing auctions

This report comprises 12 case studies on the design and performance of past and ongoing auction schemes. It is linked to task 2.1.

Briefing paper (effects of auctions on RES communities; measures to protect RES communities)

This is a combined deliverable from the outputs of task 2.1 and 4.1, focussing on the effect auctions have on RES communities and on measures to protect RES communities.

Report on auction-theoretical aspects

This report covers the auction-theoretical basis of cross-border auctions. It is linked to task 7.2.

Research paper on multi-technology auctions

This research paper will be submitted to a scientific peer-reviewed journal by month 16. It is linked to task 7.1 and covers auctions in which two or more technologies compete against each other.

Expert talk with EC on modelling cross-border auctions

This workshop/expert talk with the EC is part of task 10.4. It will be held in Brussels and will deal with modelling issues regarding cross-border auctions. Regarding it's content, it is thus related to both WP6 and WP8.

Expert talk - Beyond auctions? Scenarios for renewables in a changing electricity system

This Workshop/expert talk is covered under task 10.4. It's content is linked to task 7.2 where the need for and design of auctions in a variety of qualitative future scenarios are discussed. It is foreseen to take place in Brussels.

Regional Workshop 3

This is one of at least 6 regional workshops which are part of task 10.4 and will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders. Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen, Berlin, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Budapest.

Workshop - Beyond auctions? Routes to market and auction designs under a changing electricity system

This Workshop is part of task 104 but its content is related to WP7 Based on the qualitiative scenarios developed in task 72 task 73 will develop policy recommendations for future auctions in changing electricity systems This work will be informed by this stakeholder workshop

Regional Workshop 2

This is one of at least 6 regional workshops which are part of task 10.4 and will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders. Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen, Berlin, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Budapest.

Website

The website forms part of task 10.3 and will contain background Information about the project, all public reports in a downloadable format, as well as an auction database. The interested public will be able to contact the consortium and/or sign up for the project newsletter via the website.

Validation workshop on auction design elements and financing

This workshop is part of task 10.4, but it's content is linked to task 6.1. Discussion with policy and industry stakeholders will be used to validate and adjust the consortium's assumptions and analytical framework at an early stage in WP6 to ensure valid and relevant results.

Regional Workshop 5

This is one of at least 6 regional Workshops part of task 10.4 which will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders. Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen, Berlin, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Budapest.

Workshop to validate results and develop feasible auction design recommendations

This Workshop/expert talk will be held in Brussels. It is part of task 10.4. The content is related to task 5.3 on auction design and it's effects on RES financing. The discussion will be used to validate results of the empirical analysis of the previous tasks and to start developing policy recommendations.

Regional Workshop 4

This is one of at least 6 regional workshops covered under task 10.4 which will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders. Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen, Berlin, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Budapest.

Workshop on cross-border auction cooperation cases

This Workshop is covered under task 10.4, but it's content is linked to task 6.3. Draft results of case studies regarding cross-border cooperation will be presented to interested Stakeholders and the European Commission. Comments from this workshop will be incorporated in the task's final report.

Regional Workshop 6

This is one of at least 6 regional workshops which are part of task 104 and will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen Berlin Vienna Madrid London and Budapest

Workshop - Effects of auctions on RES value chains, communities, and technological innovation

This workshop/expert talk is part of task 10.4. It presents and discusses results of WP4 with stakeholders in Brussels.

Regional Workshop 1

This is one of at least 6 regional workshops which are part of task 10.4 and will be held in order to communicate project results and involve relevant stakeholders. Tentative locations for this series of workshops are Copenhagen, Berlin, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Budapest.

Updates of auctions database

The auctions database which goes online in month 15 is updated every 6 months. This results in 3 updates throughout the project, once in month 21, then month 27, and finally month 33. The updates are part of task 3.1.

Auction Database

This free online database will provide a holistic overview of the already conducted auctions in the EU comprising the results in terms of prices and volumes, as well as the implemented design elements and realisation rates. It is part of task 3.1 and will go online in month 15, with an update foreseen every 6 months.

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Publications

The impact of auctions on financing conditions and cost of capital for wind energy projects

Author(s): Mak Đukan, Lena Kitzing
Published in: Energy Policy, Issue 152, 2021, Page(s) 112197, ISSN 0301-4215
DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2021.112197

Financing conditions of renewable energy projects – results from an EU wide survey

Author(s): Robert Brückmann, Agustin Roth, Moïra Jimeno, Jörn Banasiak, Mak Đukan, Lena Kitzing, Vasilios Anatolitis
Published in: Open Research Europe, Issue 1, 2021, Page(s) 136, ISSN 2732-5121
DOI: 10.12688/openreseurope.13969.1

Analysing patterns and trends in auctions for renewable electricity

Author(s): P. del Río, C.P. Kiefer
Published in: Energy for Sustainable Development, Issue 62, 2021, Page(s) 195-213, ISSN 0973-0826
DOI: 10.1016/j.esd.2021.03.002