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What challenges does the wind sector face in 2017? Find out now!
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Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

While the exact nature of some threats – such as Brexit – is as yet unknown, the report outlines how the sector can best cope in the face of such uncertainty.

For example, in the US this month President Donald Trump is set to become a reality. This time last year, the US wind sector was celebrating an unexpected five-year extension of the production tax credit, which promised to power growth in this sector until 2020 and beyond. Now we are asking where wind power fits into the new world order.

It is a timely question for Europe too. Finance 2017 examines what the rise of right-wing politics across Europe will mean for both national energy policies and the future of the European Union – a significant driver of wind's development across the continent.

In turn, the economic ramifications of this political uncertainty may be keenly felt by those working in wind. While wind has historically benefitted from low interest rates, the report details why these may be about to come to an end – and what this will mean for those with an interest in the sector.

The report includes insights from industry figures who are similarly optimistic. As Sandy Reisky, founder and chairman of US developer Apex Clean Energy, says in the report: “With the favourable cost of energy and compelling value proposition of renewables, we are confident that our industry will continue to grow.”

He further discusses the financial changes facing the sector, and how he became a serial renewables entrepreneur, having previously founded, built and sold Greenlight Energy.

Additional interviews with Markus Lesser, CEO of PNE Wind, and contributions from thought leaders including Sacha Kamp, Head of Renewables for the EMEA region at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, provide further insight into what 2017 may have in store for those working in wind worldwide.

Finance 2017 presents a detailed analysis of the strategic threats facing the wind industry as a whole. In addition to our own research, we have scoured the wind world for other views, and the report should therefore prove an invaluable source of intelligence and insight to our members over the next twelve months – which certainly promise to be anything but boring.

For further information, and to obtain a copy of Finance 2017, please visit: http://www.awordaboutwind.com/reports/wind-investment-report-finance-2017/

Finance 2017 v8 cover-page-001.jpg

Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

While the exact nature of some threats – such as Brexit – is as yet unknown, the report outlines how the sector can best cope in the face of such uncertainty.

For example, in the US this month President Donald Trump is set to become a reality. This time last year, the US wind sector was celebrating an unexpected five-year extension of the production tax credit, which promised to power growth in this sector until 2020 and beyond. Now we are asking where wind power fits into the new world order.

It is a timely question for Europe too. Finance 2017 examines what the rise of right-wing politics across Europe will mean for both national energy policies and the future of the European Union – a significant driver of wind's development across the continent.

In turn, the economic ramifications of this political uncertainty may be keenly felt by those working in wind. While wind has historically benefitted from low interest rates, the report details why these may be about to come to an end – and what this will mean for those with an interest in the sector.

The report includes insights from industry figures who are similarly optimistic. As Sandy Reisky, founder and chairman of US developer Apex Clean Energy, says in the report: “With the favourable cost of energy and compelling value proposition of renewables, we are confident that our industry will continue to grow.”

He further discusses the financial changes facing the sector, and how he became a serial renewables entrepreneur, having previously founded, built and sold Greenlight Energy.

Additional interviews with Markus Lesser, CEO of PNE Wind, and contributions from thought leaders including Sacha Kamp, Head of Renewables for the EMEA region at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, provide further insight into what 2017 may have in store for those working in wind worldwide.

Finance 2017 presents a detailed analysis of the strategic threats facing the wind industry as a whole. In addition to our own research, we have scoured the wind world for other views, and the report should therefore prove an invaluable source of intelligence and insight to our members over the next twelve months – which certainly promise to be anything but boring.

For further information, and to obtain a copy of Finance 2017, please visit: http://www.awordaboutwind.com/reports/wind-investment-report-finance-2017/

Finance 2017 v8 cover-page-001.jpg

Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

While the exact nature of some threats – such as Brexit – is as yet unknown, the report outlines how the sector can best cope in the face of such uncertainty.

For example, in the US this month President Donald Trump is set to become a reality. This time last year, the US wind sector was celebrating an unexpected five-year extension of the production tax credit, which promised to power growth in this sector until 2020 and beyond. Now we are asking where wind power fits into the new world order.

It is a timely question for Europe too. Finance 2017 examines what the rise of right-wing politics across Europe will mean for both national energy policies and the future of the European Union – a significant driver of wind's development across the continent.

In turn, the economic ramifications of this political uncertainty may be keenly felt by those working in wind. While wind has historically benefitted from low interest rates, the report details why these may be about to come to an end – and what this will mean for those with an interest in the sector.

The report includes insights from industry figures who are similarly optimistic. As Sandy Reisky, founder and chairman of US developer Apex Clean Energy, says in the report: “With the favourable cost of energy and compelling value proposition of renewables, we are confident that our industry will continue to grow.”

He further discusses the financial changes facing the sector, and how he became a serial renewables entrepreneur, having previously founded, built and sold Greenlight Energy.

Additional interviews with Markus Lesser, CEO of PNE Wind, and contributions from thought leaders including Sacha Kamp, Head of Renewables for the EMEA region at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, provide further insight into what 2017 may have in store for those working in wind worldwide.

Finance 2017 presents a detailed analysis of the strategic threats facing the wind industry as a whole. In addition to our own research, we have scoured the wind world for other views, and the report should therefore prove an invaluable source of intelligence and insight to our members over the next twelve months – which certainly promise to be anything but boring.

For further information, and to obtain a copy of Finance 2017, please visit: http://www.awordaboutwind.com/reports/wind-investment-report-finance-2017/

Finance 2017 v8 cover-page-001.jpg

Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

While the exact nature of some threats – such as Brexit – is as yet unknown, the report outlines how the sector can best cope in the face of such uncertainty.

For example, in the US this month President Donald Trump is set to become a reality. This time last year, the US wind sector was celebrating an unexpected five-year extension of the production tax credit, which promised to power growth in this sector until 2020 and beyond. Now we are asking where wind power fits into the new world order.

It is a timely question for Europe too. Finance 2017 examines what the rise of right-wing politics across Europe will mean for both national energy policies and the future of the European Union – a significant driver of wind's development across the continent.

In turn, the economic ramifications of this political uncertainty may be keenly felt by those working in wind. While wind has historically benefitted from low interest rates, the report details why these may be about to come to an end – and what this will mean for those with an interest in the sector.

The report includes insights from industry figures who are similarly optimistic. As Sandy Reisky, founder and chairman of US developer Apex Clean Energy, says in the report: “With the favourable cost of energy and compelling value proposition of renewables, we are confident that our industry will continue to grow.”

He further discusses the financial changes facing the sector, and how he became a serial renewables entrepreneur, having previously founded, built and sold Greenlight Energy.

Additional interviews with Markus Lesser, CEO of PNE Wind, and contributions from thought leaders including Sacha Kamp, Head of Renewables for the EMEA region at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, provide further insight into what 2017 may have in store for those working in wind worldwide.

Finance 2017 presents a detailed analysis of the strategic threats facing the wind industry as a whole. In addition to our own research, we have scoured the wind world for other views, and the report should therefore prove an invaluable source of intelligence and insight to our members over the next twelve months – which certainly promise to be anything but boring.

For further information, and to obtain a copy of Finance 2017, please visit: http://www.awordaboutwind.com/reports/wind-investment-report-finance-2017/

Finance 2017 v8 cover-page-001.jpg

Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

While the exact nature of some threats – such as Brexit – is as yet unknown, the report outlines how the sector can best cope in the face of such uncertainty.

For example, in the US this month President Donald Trump is set to become a reality. This time last year, the US wind sector was celebrating an unexpected five-year extension of the production tax credit, which promised to power growth in this sector until 2020 and beyond. Now we are asking where wind power fits into the new world order.

It is a timely question for Europe too. Finance 2017 examines what the rise of right-wing politics across Europe will mean for both national energy policies and the future of the European Union – a significant driver of wind's development across the continent.

In turn, the economic ramifications of this political uncertainty may be keenly felt by those working in wind. While wind has historically benefitted from low interest rates, the report details why these may be about to come to an end – and what this will mean for those with an interest in the sector.

The report includes insights from industry figures who are similarly optimistic. As Sandy Reisky, founder and chairman of US developer Apex Clean Energy, says in the report: “With the favourable cost of energy and compelling value proposition of renewables, we are confident that our industry will continue to grow.”

He further discusses the financial changes facing the sector, and how he became a serial renewables entrepreneur, having previously founded, built and sold Greenlight Energy.

Additional interviews with Markus Lesser, CEO of PNE Wind, and contributions from thought leaders including Sacha Kamp, Head of Renewables for the EMEA region at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, provide further insight into what 2017 may have in store for those working in wind worldwide.

Finance 2017 presents a detailed analysis of the strategic threats facing the wind industry as a whole. In addition to our own research, we have scoured the wind world for other views, and the report should therefore prove an invaluable source of intelligence and insight to our members over the next twelve months – which certainly promise to be anything but boring.

For further information, and to obtain a copy of Finance 2017, please visit: http://www.awordaboutwind.com/reports/wind-investment-report-finance-2017/

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