The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 30/03/2016
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Know Your Buyer: Five Investor Profiles For Beginners

Guest post by Kenn Righolt, chief executive at Green Dealflow

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Posted 24/03/2016
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Irish Coalition Makes €2.7bn Forecast Uncertain

Politics has a habit of raining on a good parade, and even the most optimistic amongst us can’t ignore the clouds of political uncertainty in Ireland.

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Posted 29/02/2016
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Green business is big business. Let’s not miss out.

At last, some positivity.

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Posted 24/02/2016
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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 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 18/11/2015
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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 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 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 18/03/2015
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UK Leaders Need To Appreciate Small Wind

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

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