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Corio Generation is the offshore wind developer spun off from Macquarie-owned Green Investment Group. In this interview, CEO Jonathan Cole explains potential partnerships and a new global institutional investment structure for 15 projects.

Developer Q&A: Corio CEO, Jonathan Cole
Finance Quarterly
April 17, 2023

This issue of Tamarindo's digital magazine for members has a special focus on wind supply chain risk, still rearing its head in 2023 after a challenging year for developers and the wind turbine manufacturers they depend on.

Finance Quarterly - Q1 2023

The US seems to have embraced repowering as a zero-carbon solution by continuing attractive subsidies under the Inflation Reduction Act, but repowers still face big hurdles. This report gives an overview of issues confronting owners.

Repowering wind in the US for a climate-neutral future
February 27, 2023

WFO Honorary General Counsel Christian Knütel provides his views on a pre-arbitration case involving a European offshore wind farm, and how effectively it was settled within timelines agreed by the parties.

Quarterly Wind Disputes

Delays threaten projects when there’s price trouble in the supply chain. Investors and developers are making changes to contracting practices to stay ahead of the curve.

Investment and wind OEM supply chain risks
January 30, 2023

Your concise overview of key conferences and events across renewable energy, infrastructure, finance and offshore energy support in 2023.

Renewable Energy Events 2023
January 19, 2023

ABO Wind is venturing further afield from its home market of Germany while bringing along its hybrid and hydrogen know-how and strong balance sheet. The developer’s portfolio spreads across Europe, Latin America and Africa.

ABO Wind: Project Pipeline

This report summarises contemporary views on the US wind market shared by lenders, sponsors and investors at the Financing Wind North America 2022 conference.

Financing Wind North America: Event Summary

We will not be able to cut net carbon emissions to zero by 2050 at current rates of progress if we don't innovate not only in technology terms, but also in terms of business models. That is the consensus of experts gathered for a Wind Investment Boardroom debate, hosted by Tamarindo and sponsored by WindESCo, in July 2022.

Innovation's role in the next stage of wind energy growth

Europe’s wind energy sector is entering uncharted territory as inflation rears its head for the first time in two decades. The new environment is prompting companies to look more closely at portfolio management.

Containing wind O&M costs in European asset management