Wednesday 23rd July 2014

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July 23, 2014
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Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Wind Watch

Summer holiday season is upon us. However, it will soon be over and there is no better time to start putting in places plans for the rest of the year.

This is why you need to put our next invitation-only Quarterly Drinks event in your diary. On Thursday 4th September from 5.30pm-9.00pm we are due to hold our next Quarterly Drinks networking event, in association with DNV GL, in London.

Many of you have already attended one or more of these events, and we look forward to seeing you again — but, for those who haven’t, here is a quick rundown of the format.

These evenings provide you with a chance to network with your counterparts working in financing and investment in the wind sector.

You'll be able to listen, learn, make new connections and win work, in a focused but informal setting. You will also get a good feeling for how your senior colleagues expect the market to develop in the second half of 2014 and beyond.

As ever, we have chosen a smart bar in the City of London; and there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and canapés throughout.

In June – at our most recent networking event – over 50 senior executives joined us, to discuss the latest news and views. Places are secured on a first come, first served basis. So, if you’d like to secure a place, you can register here.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

At this event, we will also have more details of our annual half-day conference, Financing Wind Energy 2014: Profiting From Risk, which we are going to be running on the morning of Wednesday 1st October, in association with EY (Ernst & Young).

With future finance for the UK’s onshore and offshore wind energy markets far from secure, this event brings together key decision-makers and influencers working throughout the investor and energy sectors.

We look forward to meeting you so we can explain more – in the meantime, do go ahead and sign up for your complimentary member’s pass.

Wind Watch

Summer holiday season is upon us. However, it will soon be over and there is no better time to start putting in places plans for the rest of the year.

This is why you need to put our next invitation-only Quarterly Drinks event in your diary. On Thursday 4th September from 5.30pm-9.00pm we are due to hold our next Quarterly Drinks networking event, in association with DNV GL, in London.

Many of you have already attended one or more of these events, and we look forward to seeing you again — but, for those who haven’t, here is a quick rundown of the format.

These evenings provide you with a chance to network with your counterparts working in financing and investment in the wind sector.

You'll be able to listen, learn, make new connections and win work, in a focused but informal setting. You will also get a good feeling for how your senior colleagues expect the market to develop in the second half of 2014 and beyond.

As ever, we have chosen a smart bar in the City of London; and there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and canapés throughout.

In June – at our most recent networking event – over 50 senior executives joined us, to discuss the latest news and views. Places are secured on a first come, first served basis. So, if you’d like to secure a place, you can register here.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

At this event, we will also have more details of our annual half-day conference, Financing Wind Energy 2014: Profiting From Risk, which we are going to be running on the morning of Wednesday 1st October, in association with EY (Ernst & Young).

With future finance for the UK’s onshore and offshore wind energy markets far from secure, this event brings together key decision-makers and influencers working throughout the investor and energy sectors.

We look forward to meeting you so we can explain more – in the meantime, do go ahead and sign up for your complimentary member’s pass.

Wind Watch

Summer holiday season is upon us. However, it will soon be over and there is no better time to start putting in places plans for the rest of the year.

This is why you need to put our next invitation-only Quarterly Drinks event in your diary. On Thursday 4th September from 5.30pm-9.00pm we are due to hold our next Quarterly Drinks networking event, in association with DNV GL, in London.

Many of you have already attended one or more of these events, and we look forward to seeing you again — but, for those who haven’t, here is a quick rundown of the format.

These evenings provide you with a chance to network with your counterparts working in financing and investment in the wind sector.

You'll be able to listen, learn, make new connections and win work, in a focused but informal setting. You will also get a good feeling for how your senior colleagues expect the market to develop in the second half of 2014 and beyond.

As ever, we have chosen a smart bar in the City of London; and there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and canapés throughout.

In June – at our most recent networking event – over 50 senior executives joined us, to discuss the latest news and views. Places are secured on a first come, first served basis. So, if you’d like to secure a place, you can register here.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

At this event, we will also have more details of our annual half-day conference, Financing Wind Energy 2014: Profiting From Risk, which we are going to be running on the morning of Wednesday 1st October, in association with EY (Ernst & Young).

With future finance for the UK’s onshore and offshore wind energy markets far from secure, this event brings together key decision-makers and influencers working throughout the investor and energy sectors.

We look forward to meeting you so we can explain more – in the meantime, do go ahead and sign up for your complimentary member’s pass.

Wind Watch

Summer holiday season is upon us. However, it will soon be over and there is no better time to start putting in places plans for the rest of the year.

This is why you need to put our next invitation-only Quarterly Drinks event in your diary. On Thursday 4th September from 5.30pm-9.00pm we are due to hold our next Quarterly Drinks networking event, in association with DNV GL, in London.

Many of you have already attended one or more of these events, and we look forward to seeing you again — but, for those who haven’t, here is a quick rundown of the format.

These evenings provide you with a chance to network with your counterparts working in financing and investment in the wind sector.

You'll be able to listen, learn, make new connections and win work, in a focused but informal setting. You will also get a good feeling for how your senior colleagues expect the market to develop in the second half of 2014 and beyond.

As ever, we have chosen a smart bar in the City of London; and there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and canapés throughout.

In June – at our most recent networking event – over 50 senior executives joined us, to discuss the latest news and views. Places are secured on a first come, first served basis. So, if you’d like to secure a place, you can register here.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

At this event, we will also have more details of our annual half-day conference, Financing Wind Energy 2014: Profiting From Risk, which we are going to be running on the morning of Wednesday 1st October, in association with EY (Ernst & Young).

With future finance for the UK’s onshore and offshore wind energy markets far from secure, this event brings together key decision-makers and influencers working throughout the investor and energy sectors.

We look forward to meeting you so we can explain more – in the meantime, do go ahead and sign up for your complimentary member’s pass.

Wind Watch

Summer holiday season is upon us. However, it will soon be over and there is no better time to start putting in places plans for the rest of the year.

This is why you need to put our next invitation-only Quarterly Drinks event in your diary. On Thursday 4th September from 5.30pm-9.00pm we are due to hold our next Quarterly Drinks networking event, in association with DNV GL, in London.

Many of you have already attended one or more of these events, and we look forward to seeing you again — but, for those who haven’t, here is a quick rundown of the format.

These evenings provide you with a chance to network with your counterparts working in financing and investment in the wind sector.

You'll be able to listen, learn, make new connections and win work, in a focused but informal setting. You will also get a good feeling for how your senior colleagues expect the market to develop in the second half of 2014 and beyond.

As ever, we have chosen a smart bar in the City of London; and there will be complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks and canapés throughout.

In June – at our most recent networking event – over 50 senior executives joined us, to discuss the latest news and views. Places are secured on a first come, first served basis. So, if you’d like to secure a place, you can register here.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

At this event, we will also have more details of our annual half-day conference, Financing Wind Energy 2014: Profiting From Risk, which we are going to be running on the morning of Wednesday 1st October, in association with EY (Ernst & Young).

With future finance for the UK’s onshore and offshore wind energy markets far from secure, this event brings together key decision-makers and influencers working throughout the investor and energy sectors.

We look forward to meeting you so we can explain more – in the meantime, do go ahead and sign up for your complimentary member’s pass.

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