Denmark's strategy may seem surprising but it lies, in part, with the 400MW Anholt offshore wind farm, which is currently being constructed and is set for completion in mid-2013.When Danish authorities invited companies to compete for the construction of Anholt they were surprised - and disappointed - to receive just one bid.As countries such as the UK, Germany and even China have retreated from near-shore projects in favour of encouraging development of larger wind farms some way from land - this is particularly the case in the UK and some of its development sites for the third round of offshore projects.Yet Danish wind farms are heading back towards land.
The choice to return to near shore is not because it has run out of suitable sites further from land, according to Sune Strom, chief economist at the Danish Wind Industry Association.This came from the country's largest energy firm, Dong.As well as being the only bidder, the company's price for building the project was relatively high - certainly higher than the cost of building earlier offshore wind farms in Danish waters.But the issue of cost reduction is difficult to judge.On the one hand, near-shore projects are expected to have lower construction and servicing costs because of their proximity to service harbours.
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How many do become involved may depend on whether the government stipulates that each project must be developed by a different company or consortium.With this in mind, a dialogue between the authorities and the wind industry is planned for next year, she says.Some initial meetings with potential bidders for the two large projects have already been held, with Swedish utility Vattenfall amongst the companies weighing up their options.As tendering approaches for two large offshore wind farms (see box below) and a series of smaller, near-shore projects, Danish authorities are keen to avoid a repeat of the Anholt bidding process."We are going to secure greater competition in our future tenders," confirms Mette Cramer Buch, senior adviser for energy supply at the Danish Energy Agency.