Who are wind's top players in North America?

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Richard Heap
January 11, 2018
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Who are wind's top players in North America?

Who are the most influential people in the global wind industry? This is a question we look to answer each November in our well-respected Top 100 Power People report.

This focused on the 100 most influential power-brokers, deal-makers and influencers, which includes investors, developers, manufacturers and advisers. Around one-third of last year’s Top 100 Power People came from the North American market, from firms as diverse as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, developer Invenergy and blade specialist TPI Composites.

But we always like to see where we can go into greater depth. We published our Legal Power List in 2016 to do just this, and followed up with our Women’s Power List for International Women’s Day in March 2017. Now we are doing it for North America too.

On 29th May, we are due to publish our first North American Power List. This will look at the 100 most influential individuals in wind in the US and Canada; and we will put together the list in collaboration with a panel of judges. You can nominate people for consideration by emailing: editorial@awordaboutwind.com

There are three reasons we think now is the right time for this.

First, we have been growing our readership in North America, and we are now producing more content for the region than ever. These weekly North American intelligence briefings are in addition to coverage of the region in our thrice-weekly global briefings.

Second, we are due to run our first Financing Wind New Yorkconference this year, as well as two Quarterly Drinks networking events, also in New York. We know that it isn’t always possible for you to see us in London, so we wanted to take AWAW to you.

And third, our Top 100 Power People was a reminder of just how important the US is for firms with ambitions to be global players in wind. Growth in Europe is patchy and Asia can be tough for players to break into, while the US continues to grow strongly.

In the third quarter of 2017, there were almost 30GW of projects being built or in advanced development in the US, according to the American Wind Energy Association. We see the US as one of the most dynamic wind markets in the world right now, and conditions look set to stay favourable in 2018 after Republican tax reform plans left key wind subsidies untouched.

In short, it is the right time to give you more insights into the vital North American market. The North American Power List will play a key role in showing where true power lies.

But we cannot do it alone. We need your nominations. You have until 14th February to get in touch and let us know which big-hitters we should be considering for inclusion in the list.

We want to hear about the men and women you think we should be looking to feature. We are looking for the individuals who do the biggest deals, lead the largest firms, and drive the sector forward – and we don’t typically include politicians so, if Donald Trump tells you he’s on track to be number one, don’t believe him!

If you know someone that fits the bill, please contact our team at editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in under 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 from you.

Who are the most influential people in the global wind industry? This is a question we look to answer each November in our well-respected Top 100 Power People report.

This focused on the 100 most influential power-brokers, deal-makers and influencers, which includes investors, developers, manufacturers and advisers. Around one-third of last year’s Top 100 Power People came from the North American market, from firms as diverse as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, developer Invenergy and blade specialist TPI Composites.

But we always like to see where we can go into greater depth. We published our Legal Power List in 2016 to do just this, and followed up with our Women’s Power List for International Women’s Day in March 2017. Now we are doing it for North America too.

On 29th May, we are due to publish our first North American Power List. This will look at the 100 most influential individuals in wind in the US and Canada; and we will put together the list in collaboration with a panel of judges. You can nominate people for consideration by emailing: editorial@awordaboutwind.com

There are three reasons we think now is the right time for this.

First, we have been growing our readership in North America, and we are now producing more content for the region than ever. These weekly North American intelligence briefings are in addition to coverage of the region in our thrice-weekly global briefings.

Second, we are due to run our first Financing Wind New Yorkconference this year, as well as two Quarterly Drinks networking events, also in New York. We know that it isn’t always possible for you to see us in London, so we wanted to take AWAW to you.

And third, our Top 100 Power People was a reminder of just how important the US is for firms with ambitions to be global players in wind. Growth in Europe is patchy and Asia can be tough for players to break into, while the US continues to grow strongly.

In the third quarter of 2017, there were almost 30GW of projects being built or in advanced development in the US, according to the American Wind Energy Association. We see the US as one of the most dynamic wind markets in the world right now, and conditions look set to stay favourable in 2018 after Republican tax reform plans left key wind subsidies untouched.

In short, it is the right time to give you more insights into the vital North American market. The North American Power List will play a key role in showing where true power lies.

But we cannot do it alone. We need your nominations. You have until 14th February to get in touch and let us know which big-hitters we should be considering for inclusion in the list.

We want to hear about the men and women you think we should be looking to feature. We are looking for the individuals who do the biggest deals, lead the largest firms, and drive the sector forward – and we don’t typically include politicians so, if Donald Trump tells you he’s on track to be number one, don’t believe him!

If you know someone that fits the bill, please contact our team at editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in under 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 from you.

Who are the most influential people in the global wind industry? This is a question we look to answer each November in our well-respected Top 100 Power People report.

This focused on the 100 most influential power-brokers, deal-makers and influencers, which includes investors, developers, manufacturers and advisers. Around one-third of last year’s Top 100 Power People came from the North American market, from firms as diverse as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, developer Invenergy and blade specialist TPI Composites.

But we always like to see where we can go into greater depth. We published our Legal Power List in 2016 to do just this, and followed up with our Women’s Power List for International Women’s Day in March 2017. Now we are doing it for North America too.

On 29th May, we are due to publish our first North American Power List. This will look at the 100 most influential individuals in wind in the US and Canada; and we will put together the list in collaboration with a panel of judges. You can nominate people for consideration by emailing: editorial@awordaboutwind.com

There are three reasons we think now is the right time for this.

First, we have been growing our readership in North America, and we are now producing more content for the region than ever. These weekly North American intelligence briefings are in addition to coverage of the region in our thrice-weekly global briefings.

Second, we are due to run our first Financing Wind New Yorkconference this year, as well as two Quarterly Drinks networking events, also in New York. We know that it isn’t always possible for you to see us in London, so we wanted to take AWAW to you.

And third, our Top 100 Power People was a reminder of just how important the US is for firms with ambitions to be global players in wind. Growth in Europe is patchy and Asia can be tough for players to break into, while the US continues to grow strongly.

In the third quarter of 2017, there were almost 30GW of projects being built or in advanced development in the US, according to the American Wind Energy Association. We see the US as one of the most dynamic wind markets in the world right now, and conditions look set to stay favourable in 2018 after Republican tax reform plans left key wind subsidies untouched.

In short, it is the right time to give you more insights into the vital North American market. The North American Power List will play a key role in showing where true power lies.

But we cannot do it alone. We need your nominations. You have until 14th February to get in touch and let us know which big-hitters we should be considering for inclusion in the list.

We want to hear about the men and women you think we should be looking to feature. We are looking for the individuals who do the biggest deals, lead the largest firms, and drive the sector forward – and we don’t typically include politicians so, if Donald Trump tells you he’s on track to be number one, don’t believe him!

If you know someone that fits the bill, please contact our team at editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in under 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 from you.

Who are the most influential people in the global wind industry? This is a question we look to answer each November in our well-respected Top 100 Power People report.

This focused on the 100 most influential power-brokers, deal-makers and influencers, which includes investors, developers, manufacturers and advisers. Around one-third of last year’s Top 100 Power People came from the North American market, from firms as diverse as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, developer Invenergy and blade specialist TPI Composites.

But we always like to see where we can go into greater depth. We published our Legal Power List in 2016 to do just this, and followed up with our Women’s Power List for International Women’s Day in March 2017. Now we are doing it for North America too.

On 29th May, we are due to publish our first North American Power List. This will look at the 100 most influential individuals in wind in the US and Canada; and we will put together the list in collaboration with a panel of judges. You can nominate people for consideration by emailing: editorial@awordaboutwind.com

There are three reasons we think now is the right time for this.

First, we have been growing our readership in North America, and we are now producing more content for the region than ever. These weekly North American intelligence briefings are in addition to coverage of the region in our thrice-weekly global briefings.

Second, we are due to run our first Financing Wind New Yorkconference this year, as well as two Quarterly Drinks networking events, also in New York. We know that it isn’t always possible for you to see us in London, so we wanted to take AWAW to you.

And third, our Top 100 Power People was a reminder of just how important the US is for firms with ambitions to be global players in wind. Growth in Europe is patchy and Asia can be tough for players to break into, while the US continues to grow strongly.

In the third quarter of 2017, there were almost 30GW of projects being built or in advanced development in the US, according to the American Wind Energy Association. We see the US as one of the most dynamic wind markets in the world right now, and conditions look set to stay favourable in 2018 after Republican tax reform plans left key wind subsidies untouched.

In short, it is the right time to give you more insights into the vital North American market. The North American Power List will play a key role in showing where true power lies.

But we cannot do it alone. We need your nominations. You have until 14th February to get in touch and let us know which big-hitters we should be considering for inclusion in the list.

We want to hear about the men and women you think we should be looking to feature. We are looking for the individuals who do the biggest deals, lead the largest firms, and drive the sector forward – and we don’t typically include politicians so, if Donald Trump tells you he’s on track to be number one, don’t believe him!

If you know someone that fits the bill, please contact our team at editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in under 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 from you.

Who are the most influential people in the global wind industry? This is a question we look to answer each November in our well-respected Top 100 Power People report.

This focused on the 100 most influential power-brokers, deal-makers and influencers, which includes investors, developers, manufacturers and advisers. Around one-third of last year’s Top 100 Power People came from the North American market, from firms as diverse as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, developer Invenergy and blade specialist TPI Composites.

But we always like to see where we can go into greater depth. We published our Legal Power List in 2016 to do just this, and followed up with our Women’s Power List for International Women’s Day in March 2017. Now we are doing it for North America too.

On 29th May, we are due to publish our first North American Power List. This will look at the 100 most influential individuals in wind in the US and Canada; and we will put together the list in collaboration with a panel of judges. You can nominate people for consideration by emailing: editorial@awordaboutwind.com

There are three reasons we think now is the right time for this.

First, we have been growing our readership in North America, and we are now producing more content for the region than ever. These weekly North American intelligence briefings are in addition to coverage of the region in our thrice-weekly global briefings.

Second, we are due to run our first Financing Wind New Yorkconference this year, as well as two Quarterly Drinks networking events, also in New York. We know that it isn’t always possible for you to see us in London, so we wanted to take AWAW to you.

And third, our Top 100 Power People was a reminder of just how important the US is for firms with ambitions to be global players in wind. Growth in Europe is patchy and Asia can be tough for players to break into, while the US continues to grow strongly.

In the third quarter of 2017, there were almost 30GW of projects being built or in advanced development in the US, according to the American Wind Energy Association. We see the US as one of the most dynamic wind markets in the world right now, and conditions look set to stay favourable in 2018 after Republican tax reform plans left key wind subsidies untouched.

In short, it is the right time to give you more insights into the vital North American market. The North American Power List will play a key role in showing where true power lies.

But we cannot do it alone. We need your nominations. You have until 14th February to get in touch and let us know which big-hitters we should be considering for inclusion in the list.

We want to hear about the men and women you think we should be looking to feature. We are looking for the individuals who do the biggest deals, lead the largest firms, and drive the sector forward – and we don’t typically include politicians so, if Donald Trump tells you he’s on track to be number one, don’t believe him!

If you know someone that fits the bill, please contact our team at editorial@awordaboutwind.com and provide a brief overview of why we should include them. Just give us the hard facts in under 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 from you.

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