Wednesday 4th March 2015

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March 4, 2015
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Wednesday 4th March 2015

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you read our new report on investing in wind energy in the Middle East? If you haven’t then you’re missing out!

The region is best known for its plentiful fossil fuel resources and its hotspots of instability. But change is afoot. Middle Eastern investors are increasingly active in wind overseas, in both established and emerging markets; and turbines are starting to go up in the region.

In this report, we talk to leading experts to get their views on what the emergence of companies from the region means for the wind market. We will also look at what opportunities there are for companies from established markets to take advantage.

To download the report, log in to your account on our website and select 'download'. If you don't have an account yet, contact joe@awordaboutwind.com for a direct download link.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you read our new report on investing in wind energy in the Middle East? If you haven’t then you’re missing out!

The region is best known for its plentiful fossil fuel resources and its hotspots of instability. But change is afoot. Middle Eastern investors are increasingly active in wind overseas, in both established and emerging markets; and turbines are starting to go up in the region.

In this report, we talk to leading experts to get their views on what the emergence of companies from the region means for the wind market. We will also look at what opportunities there are for companies from established markets to take advantage.

To download the report, log in to your account on our website and select 'download'. If you don't have an account yet, contact joe@awordaboutwind.com for a direct download link.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you read our new report on investing in wind energy in the Middle East? If you haven’t then you’re missing out!

The region is best known for its plentiful fossil fuel resources and its hotspots of instability. But change is afoot. Middle Eastern investors are increasingly active in wind overseas, in both established and emerging markets; and turbines are starting to go up in the region.

In this report, we talk to leading experts to get their views on what the emergence of companies from the region means for the wind market. We will also look at what opportunities there are for companies from established markets to take advantage.

To download the report, log in to your account on our website and select 'download'. If you don't have an account yet, contact joe@awordaboutwind.com for a direct download link.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you read our new report on investing in wind energy in the Middle East? If you haven’t then you’re missing out!

The region is best known for its plentiful fossil fuel resources and its hotspots of instability. But change is afoot. Middle Eastern investors are increasingly active in wind overseas, in both established and emerging markets; and turbines are starting to go up in the region.

In this report, we talk to leading experts to get their views on what the emergence of companies from the region means for the wind market. We will also look at what opportunities there are for companies from established markets to take advantage.

To download the report, log in to your account on our website and select 'download'. If you don't have an account yet, contact joe@awordaboutwind.com for a direct download link.

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you read our new report on investing in wind energy in the Middle East? If you haven’t then you’re missing out!

The region is best known for its plentiful fossil fuel resources and its hotspots of instability. But change is afoot. Middle Eastern investors are increasingly active in wind overseas, in both established and emerging markets; and turbines are starting to go up in the region.

In this report, we talk to leading experts to get their views on what the emergence of companies from the region means for the wind market. We will also look at what opportunities there are for companies from established markets to take advantage.

To download the report, log in to your account on our website and select 'download'. If you don't have an account yet, contact joe@awordaboutwind.com for a direct download link.

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