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Posted

06/06/2017

Author

Richard Heap

OWE 2017: Reflections on the first day

In our newsletter on Monday we highlighted five of the major talking points we expected to see at the Offshore Wind Energy 2017 conference, run by WindEurope and RenewableUK, in London this week. And, at the end of the first day, all have featured heavily. 

Here are our thoughts on what we have heard on these topics so far:

Zero-subsidy developments: These were always going to be a big talki ...

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Posted

05/06/2017

Author

Richard Heap

In London, as in Paris, the show must go on

In November 2015, the WindEurope annual conference took place in Paris three days after terrorists killed 130 people in the city, including 89 at the Bataclan theatre. We wrote at the time that it was right for the event to go ahead. The world, and wind, cannot stand still.

That was true of Paris just 19 months ago, and it is true of London now.

This week, WindEurope and RenewableUK are set ...

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Posted

31/01/2017

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Europe needs commitment to wind

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector. 

However, it must deliver on this potential, as there is still uncertainty over volumes and regulation in key European offshore markets after 2020. 

These are the headlines from the annual offshore statistics that WindEur ...

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Posted

27/01/2017

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Offshore wind needs long-term plans in Europe

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector.

However, it must deliver on this potential, as there is still uncertainty over volumes and regulation in key European offshore markets after 2020.

These are the headlines from the annual offshore statistics that WindEurop ...

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