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June 28, 2017
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Wednesday 28th June 2017

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, on 7th November we are due to publish our sixth annual Top 100 Power People report and we need your help. Who are the most influential people working in wind today?

Nominations are now open and you can get in touch with us by 11th August to let us know who you think we should consider.

Specifically, we are looking for individuals who:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry as a whole, or their own particular part of it.
- Make the biggest deals and investments.
- Broaden horizons for wind by shaping policy, creating opportunity and driving markets forward.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.

You can send your nominations to editorial@awordaboutwind.com, providing a brief overview of who you think we should include and why. 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 later this year.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, on 7th November we are due to publish our sixth annual Top 100 Power People report and we need your help. Who are the most influential people working in wind today?

Nominations are now open and you can get in touch with us by 11th August to let us know who you think we should consider.

Specifically, we are looking for individuals who:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry as a whole, or their own particular part of it.
- Make the biggest deals and investments.
- Broaden horizons for wind by shaping policy, creating opportunity and driving markets forward.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.

You can send your nominations to editorial@awordaboutwind.com, providing a brief overview of who you think we should include and why. 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 later this year.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, on 7th November we are due to publish our sixth annual Top 100 Power People report and we need your help. Who are the most influential people working in wind today?

Nominations are now open and you can get in touch with us by 11th August to let us know who you think we should consider.

Specifically, we are looking for individuals who:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry as a whole, or their own particular part of it.
- Make the biggest deals and investments.
- Broaden horizons for wind by shaping policy, creating opportunity and driving markets forward.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.

You can send your nominations to editorial@awordaboutwind.com, providing a brief overview of who you think we should include and why. 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 later this year.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, on 7th November we are due to publish our sixth annual Top 100 Power People report and we need your help. Who are the most influential people working in wind today?

Nominations are now open and you can get in touch with us by 11th August to let us know who you think we should consider.

Specifically, we are looking for individuals who:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry as a whole, or their own particular part of it.
- Make the biggest deals and investments.
- Broaden horizons for wind by shaping policy, creating opportunity and driving markets forward.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.

You can send your nominations to editorial@awordaboutwind.com, providing a brief overview of who you think we should include and why. 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 later this year.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, on 7th November we are due to publish our sixth annual Top 100 Power People report and we need your help. Who are the most influential people working in wind today?

Nominations are now open and you can get in touch with us by 11th August to let us know who you think we should consider.

Specifically, we are looking for individuals who:

- Carry the greatest influence within the industry as a whole, or their own particular part of it.
- Make the biggest deals and investments.
- Broaden horizons for wind by shaping policy, creating opportunity and driving markets forward.
- Lead the biggest and most successful businesses and organisations in wind.

You can send your nominations to editorial@awordaboutwind.com, providing a brief overview of who you think we should include and why. 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 later this year.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions.

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