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Posted 18/01/2018
Author David Burton and Jeff Davis

What is the impact of tax reform on US wind tax equity deals?

Guest blog from David Burton & Jeff Davis, Partners, Mayer Brown

We've recently published a complimentary ebook on North American wind: 5 Lessons on the North American Wind Business. Click here to...

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Posted 16/01/2018
Author Brooke Cary

Innovation in US Wind: Exploring the Financial Challenges

As the Projects and Money conference begins this week and ahead of Wind Power Finance and Investment in February, guest blogger Brooke Cary fills us in on the market forces driving innovation in...

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Posted 05/01/2018
Author Frances Salter

New Year, New Insights Into North America

 A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America,...

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Posted 12/09/2017
Author admin

Wind firms commit to $180bn Hurricane Harvey rebuild

 

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Posted 10/08/2017
Author admin

We love AWEA's map on how US wind has grown over 35 years

 

US pranksters have this week installed a giant inflatable chicken with President Trump's hair on a lawn opposite the White House. They say this is a protest against Trump being a "weak and...

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Posted 21/04/2017
Author admin

Wind fits perfectly in Trump’s plan for US

Forget the rhetoric. The wind sector is helping to ‘Make America Great Again’, for real.

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Posted 01/11/2016
Author admin

Wind braced for US election result

 

Just one week to go. Next week, we will find out to whom Barack Obama will pass the US presidency: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

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Posted 28/01/2016
Author admin

Yieldco slowdown hits SunEdison-Gamesa deal

It has been a tough six months for US renewables giant SunEdison.

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Posted 14/04/2015
Author admin

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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