The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 12/04/2018
Author Ilaria Valtimora

Why should offshore wind investors trust the Polish government?

Businesses are starting to look seriously at developing offshore wind farms in the waters near Poland – but can investors trust a government that has so effectively damaged the onshore wind...

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Posted 02/03/2018
Author Frances Salter
Tags UK, Europe, Policy

What does Brexit mean for the UK wind market?

The UK’s planned exit from the European Union has thrown up serious questions for all parts of the economy, and the wind industry is no exception. Frances Salter looks at some of the upcoming...

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Posted 04/04/2017
Author admin

Eneco grows reach with Eni Belgium buyout

 

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Posted 23/02/2017
Author admin

Vattenfall's plans to expand in Germany

Germany’s issues with its grid capacity have not made the country less attractive to wind companies. Swedish utility Vattenfall’s strategy is a good example of that.

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Posted 31/01/2017
Author admin

Europe needs commitment to wind

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector. 

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Posted 27/01/2017
Author admin

Offshore wind needs long-term plans in Europe

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector.

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Posted 17/11/2016
Author admin

Strategic shift paved way for Vattenfall’s record-breaking deal

In September, Swedish state-owned utility Vattenfall won contracts to build two offshore wind farms totalling 350MW in Danish waters, at a levelised cost of energy of €64/MWh.

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Posted 11/07/2016
Author admin

Dong hits key milestone with Dutch deal

Dong Energy’s latest offshore wind tender win marks a milestone moment for the sector. The Danish utility has agreed to break the €100/MWh barrier.

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Posted 04/07/2016
Author admin

Nestlé deal the latest move in corporate wind arms race

Nestlé might be best known for Kit Kat, but its commitment to the environment shows no sign of taking a break.

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Posted 31/03/2016
Author admin
Tags Europe

Danish drama shows public view of wind is shifting

Plenty of Scandinavian firms are making a killing in wind—and ‘killing in wind’ also happens to be the theme of a new BBC4 drama, ‘Follow the Money’.

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