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Posted 06/04/2015
Author admin
Tags Investment

A $100 Billion Appetite For Green Bonds?

This year the global green bonds market could top $100bn. That’s an awful lot of money, and an awful lot of potential investment in renewables projects including wind farms.

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Posted 26/03/2015
Author admin

Price Must Be Right For Local Energy

We blame TV chefs. It seems like we cant go anywhere without seeing someone talking about how their ingredients are good, honest and locally-sourced. Its become a huge cliche.

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Posted 18/03/2015
Author admin

UK Leaders Need To Appreciate Small Wind

We are as interested as anyone in the move towards 10MW offshore turbines. 

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Posted 11/03/2015
Author admin

EWEA Offshore: Report Calls For New Mindset

Do you know what you’re doing in ten years’time? No fixed plans? Well, the good news is you’re not alone. It’s challenging enough to plan for the next 30 days, when you take into account...

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Posted 10/03/2015
Author admin

Eiffel Tower Falls In Love With Wind

The Eiffel Tower has been a Parisian icon for 126 years, but it was always missing something: wind turbines.

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Posted 03/03/2015
Author admin
Tags Investment

Wind Investors Must Shed Middle East Misconceptions

The Middle East is home to some of the hottest countries on Earth.

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Posted 25/02/2015
Author admin

Wind Faces Challenging 2015 After Record 2014

To paraphrase the great Marilyn Monroe, Good things dont last forever. So live it up, drink it down and laugh it off because at one point, [this] was exactly what you wanted.

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Posted 23/02/2015
Author admin

Google Wind News Should Make Utilities Sweat

Google has searched the world for wind projects to invest in. But this month it did one of its highest profile deals on its own doorstep.

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Posted 16/02/2015
Author admin

Wind Farm Owners: How To Cut The Impact Of Gearbox Failure

 

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Posted 11/02/2015
Author Richard Heap

10 Predictions For Wind Investment In 2015

 Can you believe it's already February and we're hurtling towards Spring? 

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