After years of declining costs, wind power is now among the cheapest of the new power plant technologies. This is manifested in an increase in zero-subsidy bids for wind projects, as more and more companies rely on wholesale market prices rather than extra government support for wind projects (Reuters).
In this environment, a strong track record in building and operating wind farms is important, but not enough, as the ability of wind operators to handle market risk and sell electricity on the
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