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February 10, 2016
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Wednesday 10th February 2016

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we need your help for one of our most exciting editorial initiatives of 2016. Who are the best lawyers in wind?

In November, we published our fourth Top 100 Power People
report. However, when compiling this year's table, we realised that we could not do justice to the legal sector. It was an obvious gap.

Now we want to fix that. That is why, in June, we plan to launch our Legal Power List, a dedicated ranking of the most influential lawyers in wind. This is a 'who's who' of lawyers operating globally on the biggest deals in wind energy, including major transactions, mergers and complex project finance deals. We want to recognise
those who keep the financial side of the industry moving smoothly from behind the scenes.

This is your chance to nominate those lawyers who you feel have shown exceptional professionalism and dedication within the last year -- or, indeed, to nominate yourself! What we need is:

- Name, company and job title information of nominee
- Short description of the deals they have been working on
- A brief explanation of why the work was worthy of inclusion

If you could summarise this in less than 250 words then that would be a great help for our judging panel. And, though we are carrying out extensive research on the legal sector, please don't assume that we have already considered your preferred nominee. If you don't nominate someone then you could miss out!

Just click here to kick-off an email response, or email editorial@awordaboutwind.com.

We look forward to hearing your nominations.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we need your help for one of our most exciting editorial initiatives of 2016. Who are the best lawyers in wind?

In November, we published our fourth Top 100 Power People
report. However, when compiling this year's table, we realised that we could not do justice to the legal sector. It was an obvious gap.

Now we want to fix that. That is why, in June, we plan to launch our Legal Power List, a dedicated ranking of the most influential lawyers in wind. This is a 'who's who' of lawyers operating globally on the biggest deals in wind energy, including major transactions, mergers and complex project finance deals. We want to recognise
those who keep the financial side of the industry moving smoothly from behind the scenes.

This is your chance to nominate those lawyers who you feel have shown exceptional professionalism and dedication within the last year -- or, indeed, to nominate yourself! What we need is:

- Name, company and job title information of nominee
- Short description of the deals they have been working on
- A brief explanation of why the work was worthy of inclusion

If you could summarise this in less than 250 words then that would be a great help for our judging panel. And, though we are carrying out extensive research on the legal sector, please don't assume that we have already considered your preferred nominee. If you don't nominate someone then you could miss out!

Just click here to kick-off an email response, or email editorial@awordaboutwind.com.

We look forward to hearing your nominations.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we need your help for one of our most exciting editorial initiatives of 2016. Who are the best lawyers in wind?

In November, we published our fourth Top 100 Power People
report. However, when compiling this year's table, we realised that we could not do justice to the legal sector. It was an obvious gap.

Now we want to fix that. That is why, in June, we plan to launch our Legal Power List, a dedicated ranking of the most influential lawyers in wind. This is a 'who's who' of lawyers operating globally on the biggest deals in wind energy, including major transactions, mergers and complex project finance deals. We want to recognise
those who keep the financial side of the industry moving smoothly from behind the scenes.

This is your chance to nominate those lawyers who you feel have shown exceptional professionalism and dedication within the last year -- or, indeed, to nominate yourself! What we need is:

- Name, company and job title information of nominee
- Short description of the deals they have been working on
- A brief explanation of why the work was worthy of inclusion

If you could summarise this in less than 250 words then that would be a great help for our judging panel. And, though we are carrying out extensive research on the legal sector, please don't assume that we have already considered your preferred nominee. If you don't nominate someone then you could miss out!

Just click here to kick-off an email response, or email editorial@awordaboutwind.com.

We look forward to hearing your nominations.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we need your help for one of our most exciting editorial initiatives of 2016. Who are the best lawyers in wind?

In November, we published our fourth Top 100 Power People
report. However, when compiling this year's table, we realised that we could not do justice to the legal sector. It was an obvious gap.

Now we want to fix that. That is why, in June, we plan to launch our Legal Power List, a dedicated ranking of the most influential lawyers in wind. This is a 'who's who' of lawyers operating globally on the biggest deals in wind energy, including major transactions, mergers and complex project finance deals. We want to recognise
those who keep the financial side of the industry moving smoothly from behind the scenes.

This is your chance to nominate those lawyers who you feel have shown exceptional professionalism and dedication within the last year -- or, indeed, to nominate yourself! What we need is:

- Name, company and job title information of nominee
- Short description of the deals they have been working on
- A brief explanation of why the work was worthy of inclusion

If you could summarise this in less than 250 words then that would be a great help for our judging panel. And, though we are carrying out extensive research on the legal sector, please don't assume that we have already considered your preferred nominee. If you don't nominate someone then you could miss out!

Just click here to kick-off an email response, or email editorial@awordaboutwind.com.

We look forward to hearing your nominations.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we need your help for one of our most exciting editorial initiatives of 2016. Who are the best lawyers in wind?

In November, we published our fourth Top 100 Power People
report. However, when compiling this year's table, we realised that we could not do justice to the legal sector. It was an obvious gap.

Now we want to fix that. That is why, in June, we plan to launch our Legal Power List, a dedicated ranking of the most influential lawyers in wind. This is a 'who's who' of lawyers operating globally on the biggest deals in wind energy, including major transactions, mergers and complex project finance deals. We want to recognise
those who keep the financial side of the industry moving smoothly from behind the scenes.

This is your chance to nominate those lawyers who you feel have shown exceptional professionalism and dedication within the last year -- or, indeed, to nominate yourself! What we need is:

- Name, company and job title information of nominee
- Short description of the deals they have been working on
- A brief explanation of why the work was worthy of inclusion

If you could summarise this in less than 250 words then that would be a great help for our judging panel. And, though we are carrying out extensive research on the legal sector, please don't assume that we have already considered your preferred nominee. If you don't nominate someone then you could miss out!

Just click here to kick-off an email response, or email editorial@awordaboutwind.com.

We look forward to hearing your nominations.

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