Wednesday 18th January 2017

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January 18, 2017
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Wednesday 18th January 2017

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we are still looking for nominations for our next special report, which is coming out on 7th March.

In honour of next year’s International Women’s Day, we are set to publish our Women’s Power List. In this special report, we will celebrate the contribution of women to the continued growth and success of the wind industry around the world.

Who do you think we should we include? Nominations are now open, and you can get in touch with the editor directly by Tuesday 31st January and tell us about women that:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry or their part of it.
- Conclude the biggest deals and investments.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.
- Demonstrate that they are the industry’s leaders of tomorrow.

If you know someone that fits the bill, then please email editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in no more than 300 words and our team will consider them for the shortlist to be put in front of our panel of judges in early 2017.

And if you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we are still looking for nominations for our next special report, which is coming out on 7th March.

In honour of next year’s International Women’s Day, we are set to publish our Women’s Power List. In this special report, we will celebrate the contribution of women to the continued growth and success of the wind industry around the world.

Who do you think we should we include? Nominations are now open, and you can get in touch with the editor directly by Tuesday 31st January and tell us about women that:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry or their part of it.
- Conclude the biggest deals and investments.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.
- Demonstrate that they are the industry’s leaders of tomorrow.

If you know someone that fits the bill, then please email editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in no more than 300 words and our team will consider them for the shortlist to be put in front of our panel of judges in early 2017.

And if you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we are still looking for nominations for our next special report, which is coming out on 7th March.

In honour of next year’s International Women’s Day, we are set to publish our Women’s Power List. In this special report, we will celebrate the contribution of women to the continued growth and success of the wind industry around the world.

Who do you think we should we include? Nominations are now open, and you can get in touch with the editor directly by Tuesday 31st January and tell us about women that:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry or their part of it.
- Conclude the biggest deals and investments.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.
- Demonstrate that they are the industry’s leaders of tomorrow.

If you know someone that fits the bill, then please email editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in no more than 300 words and our team will consider them for the shortlist to be put in front of our panel of judges in early 2017.

And if you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we are still looking for nominations for our next special report, which is coming out on 7th March.

In honour of next year’s International Women’s Day, we are set to publish our Women’s Power List. In this special report, we will celebrate the contribution of women to the continued growth and success of the wind industry around the world.

Who do you think we should we include? Nominations are now open, and you can get in touch with the editor directly by Tuesday 31st January and tell us about women that:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry or their part of it.
- Conclude the biggest deals and investments.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.
- Demonstrate that they are the industry’s leaders of tomorrow.

If you know someone that fits the bill, then please email editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in no more than 300 words and our team will consider them for the shortlist to be put in front of our panel of judges in early 2017.

And if you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, we are still looking for nominations for our next special report, which is coming out on 7th March.

In honour of next year’s International Women’s Day, we are set to publish our Women’s Power List. In this special report, we will celebrate the contribution of women to the continued growth and success of the wind industry around the world.

Who do you think we should we include? Nominations are now open, and you can get in touch with the editor directly by Tuesday 31st January and tell us about women that:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry or their part of it.
- Conclude the biggest deals and investments.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.
- Demonstrate that they are the industry’s leaders of tomorrow.

If you know someone that fits the bill, then please email editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in no more than 300 words and our team will consider them for the shortlist to be put in front of our panel of judges in early 2017.

And if you have any questions or comments, please get in touch.

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