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Wind in 2040: Where will we be in 20 years' time?
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Wind in 2040: Where will we be in 20 years' time?

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Financing Wind North America - in partnership with A Word About Wind and powered by Tamarindo Group.
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Day 2 - Panel

Wind in 2040: Where will we be in 20 years' time?


This session will look at the big questions for wind in the next two decades:

- How big could turbines get and how will that affect returns?

- How much wind, solar and storage can we expect on the grid?

- How should we deal with the increasing number of ageing projects?

- Will offshore wind become a key part of the US electricity network?

- Can the growth of EV charging infrastructure help the wind sector?


Speakers:

Shawn Lifrage, Vice President Sales, Americas, Utopus Insights

Steve Ryder, CFO, Clearway Energy

Steve Schauer, MD - Utilities, Power & Renewable Energy, KeyBanc Capital Markets

Elise Zoli, Partner, Jones Day - Moderator

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Wind in 2040: Where will we be in 20 years' time?

Shawn Lifrage, Steve Ryder, Steve Schauer and Elise Zoli look at the big questions for wind in the next two decades.
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Panel discussion
Financing Wind North America - in partnership with A Word About Wind and powered by Tamarindo Group.
This content was originally recorded or published on
September 3, 2020

Day 2 - Panel

Wind in 2040: Where will we be in 20 years' time?


This session will look at the big questions for wind in the next two decades:

- How big could turbines get and how will that affect returns?

- How much wind, solar and storage can we expect on the grid?

- How should we deal with the increasing number of ageing projects?

- Will offshore wind become a key part of the US electricity network?

- Can the growth of EV charging infrastructure help the wind sector?


Speakers:

Shawn Lifrage, Vice President Sales, Americas, Utopus Insights

Steve Ryder, CFO, Clearway Energy

Steve Schauer, MD - Utilities, Power & Renewable Energy, KeyBanc Capital Markets

Elise Zoli, Partner, Jones Day - Moderator

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