One’s approach to risk management and investing often depends on your time horizon. We see this every day with people who drive rental cars or maintain exotic, garaged collections.
This November, the world’s focus turns to Glasgow for COP 26, where global leaders will come together to discuss the defining challenge of our time: climate change.
But if we are to deliver the UK target of 40 GW of offshore wind by 2030, we need a highly skilled, competent and future-proofed offshore wind workforce. Even on current capacity levels, it is hard to ignore the increasing strain on talent pools and the impending skills gap within...
On 20th December, wind energy projects gained an unexpected extension to the expiring production tax credit when President Donald Trump signed into law the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2020.
In the face of federal inaction on climate change, US state governments, cities, utilities and private companies are setting “net zero” emission targets by 2050. However, there is no unified vision of how this will be achieved.
Ed Zaelke, global head of the energy project finance practice at McDermott Will & Emery, shares his views on what the Trump presidency has meant for companies in the wind industry and future risks.
PJ Deschenes, partner in the New York office of Greentech Capital Advisors, shares views on the future of US wind as the industry transitions through the Production Tax Credit (PTC) ramp-down phase.