The Inflation Reduction Act has sparked major optimism in the US renewables sector, but wind installations still fell 37% last year.
Onshore wind developers in Poland are used to punishing policies, but a late change last month to rules that were designed to unlock onshore wind projects is a cruel twist.
The Australian wind market is eerily quiet. Not a single onshore wind farm reached financial close in the first five months of 2021.
South Africa’s notorious southeasterly wind, the Cape Doctor, has colleagues across the continent.
In an exclusive interview with A Word About Wind, Nigel Slater, managing director, development - Europe at Toronto-headquartered Northland Power, says the acquisition of the company’s first land-based renewables project in Europe, as well as the upcoming German power auctions, are among the main priorities this year.
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This week, Italian utility Enel announced that its US subsidiary Enel Green Power North America has agreed to buy independent developer Tradewind Energy.
Is the debate about renewables over? Wind and solar are both on track for serious growth in the next decade, and we see little argument in the energy world that both can play important roles in helping the world to hit ambitious decarbonisation goals.
Will General Electric hive off its renewables division?
Investments in renewable energy of around $57bn in California could be jeopardised if the US state’s largest utility slips into bankruptcy.
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