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Posted 20/07/2018
Author Ilaria Valtimora

Who have been the biggest players in US wind PPAs over the last 12 months?

Big corporates including telecom giant AT&T, and tech giants Facebook and Google, have driven wind power purchase agreements in the US over the last year, despite the lack of support to the sector...

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Posted 18/07/2018
Author Frances Salter
Tags Europe

7 Most Common Questions about Financing Wind Europe

We’re three months away from Financing Wind Europe 2018, our flagship annual conference, so we thought it would be a good time to cover some of the most frequently asked questions about the event....

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Posted 17/07/2018
Author Richard Heap
Tags PPAs

You say you want a PPAs revolution? You'll get one

After Bastille Day last week, our editor Richard Heap is thinking about a different kind of revolution...

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Posted 13/07/2018
Author Ilaria Valtimora

Interview: Paolo Sammartino on how US Wind got into US wind

Our associate editor, Ilaria Valtimora, speaks to Paolo Sammartino of US wind about the challenges to the North American wind industry.

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Posted 11/07/2018
Author Tabitha Kennedy
Tags PPAs

Why corporate PPAs have put Sweden close to its 2030 renewables target

Sweden is close to hitting its 2030 target for installed wind capacity 11 years early – and corporate PPAs are playing a vital role in this growth. Tabitha Kennedy reports

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Posted 10/07/2018
Author Richard Heap
Tags PPAs

What’s the future for corporate PPAs in Europe? Just ask Red M&M

Red M&M has emerged as an unlikely advocate for the wind industry following the announcement by Mars that wind will play a key part in a $1bn sustainability drive. What does this tell us about...

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Posted 06/07/2018
Author Richard Heap

What is Financing Wind Europe?

A Word About Wind is due to hold its annual Financing Wind Europe conference in London on 1st November. Editor-in-Chief Richard Heap shares all the details that you need to know.

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Posted 05/07/2018
Author Frances Salter

What are the main types of corporate power purchase agreements?

In Europe, corporate power purchase agreements will be a key tool for wind developers to take schemes to financial close in an era of low or no financial support from government.

We will discuss...

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Posted 03/07/2018
Author Ilaria Valtimora

Trump has lost his battles with wind – but he could win the war

Investment in the US wind industry has carried on strongly despite the election of the wind-hating President Trump in late 2016, but a report from the American Council on Renewable Energy warns...

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Posted 27/06/2018
Author Tabitha Kennedy

12 Most Influential Women in the North American Wind Industry

Our North American Power List is the definitive guide to North American wind's most important figures. Tabitha Kennedy investigates the profiles of some of the list's most well-known women 

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