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July 19, 2017
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Wednesday 19th July 2017

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our post on our Finance Quarterly report...

Finance Quarterly report out now!
By Ilaria Valtimora

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron, who fuses a pro-renewables stance with pro-business policies, means exciting opportunities for France’s wind sector.

This is what has emerged from our first Finance Quarterly report, published this week in association with leading advisor DNV GL. In this new series of reports, published every three months, we give readers a quick and focused rundown of the wind market globally. These include data, interviews and macroeconomic analysis – and, in this first edition, we have paid more attention to France.

Although nuclear power accounts for 75% of France’s electricity production, the wind sector has been steadily growing in the country, which has now a total wind capacity of 12GW. Last year, almost 1.6GW of new wind farms were installed, putting it second only to Germany in terms of annual installations in Europe.

This is a testament to work done by the government of Macron’s predecessor Francois Hollande...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our post on our Finance Quarterly report...

Finance Quarterly report out now!
By Ilaria Valtimora

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron, who fuses a pro-renewables stance with pro-business policies, means exciting opportunities for France’s wind sector.

This is what has emerged from our first Finance Quarterly report, published this week in association with leading advisor DNV GL. In this new series of reports, published every three months, we give readers a quick and focused rundown of the wind market globally. These include data, interviews and macroeconomic analysis – and, in this first edition, we have paid more attention to France.

Although nuclear power accounts for 75% of France’s electricity production, the wind sector has been steadily growing in the country, which has now a total wind capacity of 12GW. Last year, almost 1.6GW of new wind farms were installed, putting it second only to Germany in terms of annual installations in Europe.

This is a testament to work done by the government of Macron’s predecessor Francois Hollande...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our post on our Finance Quarterly report...

Finance Quarterly report out now!
By Ilaria Valtimora

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron, who fuses a pro-renewables stance with pro-business policies, means exciting opportunities for France’s wind sector.

This is what has emerged from our first Finance Quarterly report, published this week in association with leading advisor DNV GL. In this new series of reports, published every three months, we give readers a quick and focused rundown of the wind market globally. These include data, interviews and macroeconomic analysis – and, in this first edition, we have paid more attention to France.

Although nuclear power accounts for 75% of France’s electricity production, the wind sector has been steadily growing in the country, which has now a total wind capacity of 12GW. Last year, almost 1.6GW of new wind farms were installed, putting it second only to Germany in terms of annual installations in Europe.

This is a testament to work done by the government of Macron’s predecessor Francois Hollande...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our post on our Finance Quarterly report...

Finance Quarterly report out now!
By Ilaria Valtimora

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron, who fuses a pro-renewables stance with pro-business policies, means exciting opportunities for France’s wind sector.

This is what has emerged from our first Finance Quarterly report, published this week in association with leading advisor DNV GL. In this new series of reports, published every three months, we give readers a quick and focused rundown of the wind market globally. These include data, interviews and macroeconomic analysis – and, in this first edition, we have paid more attention to France.

Although nuclear power accounts for 75% of France’s electricity production, the wind sector has been steadily growing in the country, which has now a total wind capacity of 12GW. Last year, almost 1.6GW of new wind farms were installed, putting it second only to Germany in terms of annual installations in Europe.

This is a testament to work done by the government of Macron’s predecessor Francois Hollande...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our post on our Finance Quarterly report...

Finance Quarterly report out now!
By Ilaria Valtimora

The election of French president Emmanuel Macron, who fuses a pro-renewables stance with pro-business policies, means exciting opportunities for France’s wind sector.

This is what has emerged from our first Finance Quarterly report, published this week in association with leading advisor DNV GL. In this new series of reports, published every three months, we give readers a quick and focused rundown of the wind market globally. These include data, interviews and macroeconomic analysis – and, in this first edition, we have paid more attention to France.

Although nuclear power accounts for 75% of France’s electricity production, the wind sector has been steadily growing in the country, which has now a total wind capacity of 12GW. Last year, almost 1.6GW of new wind farms were installed, putting it second only to Germany in terms of annual installations in Europe.

This is a testament to work done by the government of Macron’s predecessor Francois Hollande...

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