The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 15/10/2015
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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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Posted 25/09/2015
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5 ways to optimise wind farm performance

Guest post by David Cunningham, cleantech and renewables analyst at SgurrEnergy.

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Posted 20/07/2015
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Ten-plus years of lessons in offshore wind project finance

Guest post by Ked Shayer, an offshore wind energy advisor for Mott MacDonald who has worked on high-profile offshore wind projects such as Walney, Cape Wind and Gemini.

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Posted 22/06/2015
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Building Offshore Wind In Indian Waters

Guest post by Charles Yates, managing director of CmY Consultants.

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Posted 17/06/2015
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Hawaii Sets 100% Renewables Goal

Hawaii will never have a problem attracting business people that want a glamorous overseas trip. But now those in renewables have an even stronger business reason to visit the island state. 

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Posted 15/06/2015
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Deepwater Shows Up US Offshore Gap

When Deepwater Wind started construction on the first offshore wind farm in US waters in April, it was always bound to lead to a series of other firsts.

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Posted 06/05/2015
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RenewableUK Urges UK Leaders To Embrace £900m Wind Sector

Onshore wind added more than £900m to the UK economy in 2014, new research has shown. But this economic activity is at risk after the general election on 7th May. 

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Posted 21/04/2015
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Let Experts Stick To What They Do Best

Guest blog by Henrik Stamer, managing director at K2 Management

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Posted 14/04/2015
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Dong Injects Commercial Nous Into US Offshore

There is no shortage of hyperbole in the US offshore wind market. It seems like every development, however minor, is hailed as a huge leap forward.

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Posted 06/04/2015
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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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