The Blog - What’s happening in wind

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 30/03/2016
Author admin

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
Author admin

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 24/02/2016
Author admin

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 17/11/2015
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 15/10/2015
Author admin

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
Author admin

5 ways to optimise wind farm performance

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

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Posted 17/06/2015
Author admin

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 06/05/2015
Author admin

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 26/03/2015
Author admin

Price Must Be Right For Local Energy

We blame TV chefs. It seems like we cant go anywhere without seeing someone talking about how their ingredients are good, honest and locally-sourced. Its become a huge cliche.

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