Wind projects totalling 4GW in Vietnam are set to miss a key deadline of 1st November 2021 to win support under the nation's feed-in tariff (FIT) regime.
On Thursday, the trade body published research on total wind installations in Europe in 2020.
The focus of the event will be the biggest issues facing investors, and there is no shortage of huge questions for investors this year. Here are three:
Last week we held our Financing Wind North America conference. One of the most interesting sessions was on the first day as Frank Getman, president and CEO at Great Bay Renewables, spoke to Bruce Hogg, managing director and head of power & renewables at CPP Investment Board, and Martin Torres, head of the Americas for renewables at BlackRock Real Assets.
In less volatile market conditions, renewable energy sellers could afford a more relaxed attitude toward off-taker credit. But in the post-Covid, post-subsidy environment, certainty around credit is now key to ensuring that PPAs don’t end up costing more than the seller bargained for.
US citizens are due to vote in the presidential election on 3rd November. For the renewables industry, the choice couldn’t be starker.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of energy reforms in Mexico six years ago. These changes opened up the energy market to private investors for the first time, and brought in competition for the state energy companies...
German giant Siemens is pressing ahead with the spin-off of its power and gas operations despite the economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Governments have a unique opportunity to super-charge the wind industry. But will they have the confidence to take it?
On Thursday 9th April, we were joined by a panel of experts to discuss that question and others in our inaugural webinar, ‘How will a Covid-led recession affect wind in 2020?’
Have you heard the phrase ‘jingle post’? I hadn’t until the 2008 crash.
Good morning. Our regular readers will know that I don’t usually start analysis pieces so formally. But these are strange times and, if you’re like me, craziness is setting in.