Join us at Financing Wind Europe on 31st October

Europe’s wind industry has just been through the worst year for installations for seven years - and, in onshore wind alone, the worst year for a decade. This is according to WindEurope statistics.

María Crespo Apastegui
March 6, 2019
Join us at Financing Wind Europe on 31st October

Europe’s wind industry has just been through the worst year for installations for seven years - and, in onshore wind alone, the worst year for a decade. This is according to WindEurope statistics.

However, 2018 was also the second-best year on record for asset financings at new wind farms in Europe (€26.7bn) with a record level of capacity backed (16.7GW). This shows that demand from investors is still strong.

So was last year great or terrible? And where do wind investors go from here?

You can find out at our Financing Wind Europe conference on 31st October, where you will be able to hear industry leaders talk about the biggest opportunities and challenges facing investors in wind.




Panels will focus on topics including the state of onshore wind investment; maintaining growth of offshore wind in European waters; the changing face of corporate power purchase agreements; and much more too. We look forward to see you there!

Europe’s wind industry has just been through the worst year for installations for seven years - and, in onshore wind alone, the worst year for a decade. This is according to WindEurope statistics.

However, 2018 was also the second-best year on record for asset financings at new wind farms in Europe (€26.7bn) with a record level of capacity backed (16.7GW). This shows that demand from investors is still strong.

So was last year great or terrible? And where do wind investors go from here?

You can find out at our Financing Wind Europe conference on 31st October, where you will be able to hear industry leaders talk about the biggest opportunities and challenges facing investors in wind.




Panels will focus on topics including the state of onshore wind investment; maintaining growth of offshore wind in European waters; the changing face of corporate power purchase agreements; and much more too. We look forward to see you there!

Europe’s wind industry has just been through the worst year for installations for seven years - and, in onshore wind alone, the worst year for a decade. This is according to WindEurope statistics.

However, 2018 was also the second-best year on record for asset financings at new wind farms in Europe (€26.7bn) with a record level of capacity backed (16.7GW). This shows that demand from investors is still strong.

So was last year great or terrible? And where do wind investors go from here?

You can find out at our Financing Wind Europe conference on 31st October, where you will be able to hear industry leaders talk about the biggest opportunities and challenges facing investors in wind.




Panels will focus on topics including the state of onshore wind investment; maintaining growth of offshore wind in European waters; the changing face of corporate power purchase agreements; and much more too. We look forward to see you there!

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