The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 24/02/2016
Author admin

A Breath of Fresh Air for Spanish Renewables?

Guest post by Rodrigo Berasategui, finance partner, and David Diez, regulatory partner in the Madrid office of law firm Watson Farley & Williams. They advised on the €528m financial restructuring of...

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Posted 22/02/2016
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Meet our member: George Pooley, Renewable Energy Loss Adjusters

Interested in being profiled in future? Please contact Richard Heap, editor or Joe Gulliver, membership manager.

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Posted 17/02/2016
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Troubled OWS struggles in a competitive field

German services provider Offshore Wind Solutions revealed this month it is looking to cut 100 jobs —or one-third of its workforce —after failing to secure sufficient work in the North Sea. This...

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Posted 28/01/2016
Author admin

Yieldco slowdown hits SunEdison-Gamesa deal

It has been a tough six months for US renewables giant SunEdison.

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Posted 16/12/2015
Author admin
Tags Policy, UK

UK support for fracking at odds with approach to wind

Fracking in the UK has consistently struggled to get off the ground—or, indeed, under it. But this could be about to change.

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Posted 02/12/2015
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Meet our member: Evgenia Golysheva, Romax Technology

Interested in being profiled in future? Please contact Richard Heap.

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Posted 18/11/2015
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Tags Europe

OST Energy expands with Paris office

The appearance of French energy minister Ségolène Royal at the EWEA annual event in Paris yesterday was meant to tell us one thing: France is serious about wind energy.

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Posted 17/11/2015
Author Richard Heap

The show goes on for EWEA in Paris

We like to think we are old hands at this conference business. But it was with heavy hearts that we headed out to the EWEA annual conference that started in Paris on Tuesday.

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Posted 04/11/2015
Author admin

Galloper Shows Green Bank Remembers Core Mission

This time last year RWE’s offshore wind project Galloper did not look like a thoroughbred race horse. In fact, it looked like the utility had already sent it to the knacker’s yard.

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Posted 15/10/2015
Author admin

Casualties in UK solar are a warning to wind

In the last week, three solar firms delivering the UK’s defunct Green Deal have gone into administration.

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