New Year, New Insights Into North America

In 2018, A Word About Wind will be launching a North American edition of our intelligence briefings. Here's why....

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January 5, 2018
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New Year, New Insights Into North America

A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America, Asia and further afield. We are well aware that wind is a global industry.

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Even so, we are always looking at how we can do more – and, in 2018, that means growing our coverage of the North American market. It has become clear to use in the last year that the US truly is one of the most important wind markets now, and key for our members.

Let’s look at the Top 100 Power People 2017. In this report, we saw that more than half of the most influential people in the industry operate in North America exclusively or as part of their role. The industry’s continued strong growth in 2017, in the face of President Trump’s hostility to wind, was one of the industry’s feel-good stories of last year. We are looking to play a key role in helping our members to understand the market and grow within it.

And this is why we will dedicate a more attention to the North American market this year. As such, there are several extras which you can expect from us in 2018.

As of this week, we have added a new weekly intelligence briefing that focuses specifically on the North American market. This is an addition to our three weekly global briefings, and follows the same format: five of the most important news stories from the last week, and a piece of analysis. This goes to all our members every Thursday at 8am New York time.

In May, we’ll also launch the North American counterpart to our flagship annual conference: Financing Wind New York. Now in its sixth year, Financing Wind draws together key players within the industry, helping them connect with one another and gain new insights into the market. We’re very excited to get out to the US to host our first international conference.

On 29th May, we’ll publish our first North American Power List. This is set to follow a similar format to our annual Top 100 Power People and other ‘power list’ reports. Nominations are open until 14th February, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on who should rank among the 100 most influential power-brokers and deal-brokers operating in the US, Canada and elsewhere in the region. Email us at editorial@awordaboutwind.com with your suggestions.

Finally, in September, we’re due to run the first of our new US Quarterly Drinks networking events in New York. These events are primarily aimed at those who can’t attend our London Quarterly Drinks, but all members are welcome.

These extras will stand alongside our existing programme of intelligence briefings, reports and London-based events, which will continue as usual. We are passionate about helping our members forge new connections in North America and get new insights into what is arguably the world’s most exciting wind market right now.

A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America, Asia and further afield. We are well aware that wind is a global industry.

MC_Boryszewo1

Even so, we are always looking at how we can do more – and, in 2018, that means growing our coverage of the North American market. It has become clear to use in the last year that the US truly is one of the most important wind markets now, and key for our members.

Let’s look at the Top 100 Power People 2017. In this report, we saw that more than half of the most influential people in the industry operate in North America exclusively or as part of their role. The industry’s continued strong growth in 2017, in the face of President Trump’s hostility to wind, was one of the industry’s feel-good stories of last year. We are looking to play a key role in helping our members to understand the market and grow within it.

And this is why we will dedicate a more attention to the North American market this year. As such, there are several extras which you can expect from us in 2018.

As of this week, we have added a new weekly intelligence briefing that focuses specifically on the North American market. This is an addition to our three weekly global briefings, and follows the same format: five of the most important news stories from the last week, and a piece of analysis. This goes to all our members every Thursday at 8am New York time.

In May, we’ll also launch the North American counterpart to our flagship annual conference: Financing Wind New York. Now in its sixth year, Financing Wind draws together key players within the industry, helping them connect with one another and gain new insights into the market. We’re very excited to get out to the US to host our first international conference.

On 29th May, we’ll publish our first North American Power List. This is set to follow a similar format to our annual Top 100 Power People and other ‘power list’ reports. Nominations are open until 14th February, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on who should rank among the 100 most influential power-brokers and deal-brokers operating in the US, Canada and elsewhere in the region. Email us at editorial@awordaboutwind.com with your suggestions.

Finally, in September, we’re due to run the first of our new US Quarterly Drinks networking events in New York. These events are primarily aimed at those who can’t attend our London Quarterly Drinks, but all members are welcome.

These extras will stand alongside our existing programme of intelligence briefings, reports and London-based events, which will continue as usual. We are passionate about helping our members forge new connections in North America and get new insights into what is arguably the world’s most exciting wind market right now.

A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America, Asia and further afield. We are well aware that wind is a global industry.

MC_Boryszewo1

Even so, we are always looking at how we can do more – and, in 2018, that means growing our coverage of the North American market. It has become clear to use in the last year that the US truly is one of the most important wind markets now, and key for our members.

Let’s look at the Top 100 Power People 2017. In this report, we saw that more than half of the most influential people in the industry operate in North America exclusively or as part of their role. The industry’s continued strong growth in 2017, in the face of President Trump’s hostility to wind, was one of the industry’s feel-good stories of last year. We are looking to play a key role in helping our members to understand the market and grow within it.

And this is why we will dedicate a more attention to the North American market this year. As such, there are several extras which you can expect from us in 2018.

As of this week, we have added a new weekly intelligence briefing that focuses specifically on the North American market. This is an addition to our three weekly global briefings, and follows the same format: five of the most important news stories from the last week, and a piece of analysis. This goes to all our members every Thursday at 8am New York time.

In May, we’ll also launch the North American counterpart to our flagship annual conference: Financing Wind New York. Now in its sixth year, Financing Wind draws together key players within the industry, helping them connect with one another and gain new insights into the market. We’re very excited to get out to the US to host our first international conference.

On 29th May, we’ll publish our first North American Power List. This is set to follow a similar format to our annual Top 100 Power People and other ‘power list’ reports. Nominations are open until 14th February, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on who should rank among the 100 most influential power-brokers and deal-brokers operating in the US, Canada and elsewhere in the region. Email us at editorial@awordaboutwind.com with your suggestions.

Finally, in September, we’re due to run the first of our new US Quarterly Drinks networking events in New York. These events are primarily aimed at those who can’t attend our London Quarterly Drinks, but all members are welcome.

These extras will stand alongside our existing programme of intelligence briefings, reports and London-based events, which will continue as usual. We are passionate about helping our members forge new connections in North America and get new insights into what is arguably the world’s most exciting wind market right now.

A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America, Asia and further afield. We are well aware that wind is a global industry.

MC_Boryszewo1

Even so, we are always looking at how we can do more – and, in 2018, that means growing our coverage of the North American market. It has become clear to use in the last year that the US truly is one of the most important wind markets now, and key for our members.

Let’s look at the Top 100 Power People 2017. In this report, we saw that more than half of the most influential people in the industry operate in North America exclusively or as part of their role. The industry’s continued strong growth in 2017, in the face of President Trump’s hostility to wind, was one of the industry’s feel-good stories of last year. We are looking to play a key role in helping our members to understand the market and grow within it.

And this is why we will dedicate a more attention to the North American market this year. As such, there are several extras which you can expect from us in 2018.

As of this week, we have added a new weekly intelligence briefing that focuses specifically on the North American market. This is an addition to our three weekly global briefings, and follows the same format: five of the most important news stories from the last week, and a piece of analysis. This goes to all our members every Thursday at 8am New York time.

In May, we’ll also launch the North American counterpart to our flagship annual conference: Financing Wind New York. Now in its sixth year, Financing Wind draws together key players within the industry, helping them connect with one another and gain new insights into the market. We’re very excited to get out to the US to host our first international conference.

On 29th May, we’ll publish our first North American Power List. This is set to follow a similar format to our annual Top 100 Power People and other ‘power list’ reports. Nominations are open until 14th February, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on who should rank among the 100 most influential power-brokers and deal-brokers operating in the US, Canada and elsewhere in the region. Email us at editorial@awordaboutwind.com with your suggestions.

Finally, in September, we’re due to run the first of our new US Quarterly Drinks networking events in New York. These events are primarily aimed at those who can’t attend our London Quarterly Drinks, but all members are welcome.

These extras will stand alongside our existing programme of intelligence briefings, reports and London-based events, which will continue as usual. We are passionate about helping our members forge new connections in North America and get new insights into what is arguably the world’s most exciting wind market right now.

A Word About Wind has always had a global focus in our reports and intelligence briefings. Yes, we are based in the UK, but most of our members look beyond the UK and Europe to North America, Asia and further afield. We are well aware that wind is a global industry.

MC_Boryszewo1

Even so, we are always looking at how we can do more – and, in 2018, that means growing our coverage of the North American market. It has become clear to use in the last year that the US truly is one of the most important wind markets now, and key for our members.

Let’s look at the Top 100 Power People 2017. In this report, we saw that more than half of the most influential people in the industry operate in North America exclusively or as part of their role. The industry’s continued strong growth in 2017, in the face of President Trump’s hostility to wind, was one of the industry’s feel-good stories of last year. We are looking to play a key role in helping our members to understand the market and grow within it.

And this is why we will dedicate a more attention to the North American market this year. As such, there are several extras which you can expect from us in 2018.

As of this week, we have added a new weekly intelligence briefing that focuses specifically on the North American market. This is an addition to our three weekly global briefings, and follows the same format: five of the most important news stories from the last week, and a piece of analysis. This goes to all our members every Thursday at 8am New York time.

In May, we’ll also launch the North American counterpart to our flagship annual conference: Financing Wind New York. Now in its sixth year, Financing Wind draws together key players within the industry, helping them connect with one another and gain new insights into the market. We’re very excited to get out to the US to host our first international conference.

On 29th May, we’ll publish our first North American Power List. This is set to follow a similar format to our annual Top 100 Power People and other ‘power list’ reports. Nominations are open until 14th February, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on who should rank among the 100 most influential power-brokers and deal-brokers operating in the US, Canada and elsewhere in the region. Email us at editorial@awordaboutwind.com with your suggestions.

Finally, in September, we’re due to run the first of our new US Quarterly Drinks networking events in New York. These events are primarily aimed at those who can’t attend our London Quarterly Drinks, but all members are welcome.

These extras will stand alongside our existing programme of intelligence briefings, reports and London-based events, which will continue as usual. We are passionate about helping our members forge new connections in North America and get new insights into what is arguably the world’s most exciting wind market right now.

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