The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 21/06/2018
Author Richard Heap

Is community choice a threat to the US grid?

The growth of community choice aggregators in the US is an exciting source of green-minded electricity consumers for wind and solar companies. But there are risks in this business model that...

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Posted 20/06/2018
Author Frances Salter

Jacob Susman: Member Q&A

Jacob Susman is VP Head of Origination at EDF Renewables, where his primary focus is on originating long-term power contracts with corporate and utility customers. He spoke at our Financing Wind...

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Posted 19/06/2018
Author Ilaria Valtimora

5 new offshore markets you should know about

Ilaria Valtimora explores the top 5 most interesting offshore markets.

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Posted 13/06/2018
Author Frances Salter

Why is Alberta the most exciting wind market in Canada?

Historically, Alberta has been the most reliant on coal of any Canadian province: in 2015, it produced 38% of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions. But now in 2018, Alberta is the place to go for...

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Posted 11/06/2018
Author Frances Salter

5 Things We Learned From Our North American Power List

 On 29th May 2018, we published our first North American Power List, our definitive guide to the 100 most influential individuals working in the wind industry in North America. This is our take on...

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Posted 05/06/2018
Author Frances Salter

Member Q&A: Jamie Fleming of Axis Capital

Jamie Fleming is senior underwriter in renewable energy at Axis Capital Ltd. We spoke to him recently about his views on the challenges and opportunities for wind power - if you'd like to take part...

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Posted 30/05/2018
Author Ben Scholes

How can the wind industry enhance digitisation of operations?

 Something very strange happened to the wind industry last year: it reduced costs. 

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Posted 24/05/2018
Author Richard Heap

What's the significance of the Oklahoma tax fight?

A recent argument about tax breaks for wind farm developers and operators in the US state of Oklahoma will be replicated in other states as the wind industry keeps growing. Richard Heap reports

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Posted 23/05/2018
Author Frances Salter

Where does the UK's offshore wind market go from here?

The UK Government and offshore wind industry are working together on a sector deal that could boost offshore wind in UK waters and support British firms going overseas, but we haven’t heard much...

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Posted 17/05/2018
Author David K. Burton, Jeffrey G. Davis, and Anne S. Levin-Nussbaum

2018 and Onward: The Impact of Tax Reform on the Renewable Energy Market

How much of an impact have President Trump's tax reforms had on the US wind industry, and what does it mean for investors? Guest bloggers David Burton, Jeffrey Davis and Anne Levin-Nussbaum take...

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