Our 2022 Sponsors

The European wind industry continues to prove to be vital in providing the necessary energy capacity to meet governmental renewables targets, with a current capacity of 236GW and a further expansion of 116GW by 2026. Key markets including the UK, Germany, France, Sweden, Denmark and Spain are leading the way, with newer markets including Ireland, Poland and Romania promising to contribute to the upcoming “boom”.

New markets such as green hydrogen, floating wind and energy storage will require a huge commitment of infrastructure development to be implemented effectively. But promise to be a vital contributor towards decarbonisation efforts.

Europe’s expertise in technological and scientific development, and industrial know-how in this sector is unrivalled. However, challenges still need to be resolved to ensure the upcoming expansion runs as smoothly as possible.

The summit will return to Europe in December (and the USA in October) to shine a spotlight on Wind Power in 2022, and show attendees what’s next for the sector, where to invest and how to maximise revenue from assets. Wind Finance & Investment Europe is the meeting place for institutional investors, sovereign wealth funds, solar, wind and storage funds, developers, and large energy buyers to do business. Always senior, packed with the very people at the forefront of the energy transition, this is the meeting for serious contenders.

What to Expect and What Will Be Discussed This Year

How to make money in the changing PPA market
How to Make Money in the Changing PPA Market
Find out the best solutions to ameliorate long term supply chain issues
The Best Solutions to Ameliorate Long Term Supply Chain Issues
Learn about what’s being done to solve permitting bottlenecking issues
How to Accurately Value Assets for M&A During Increased Market Volatility
What to Do With Old/Aging Assets: Repowering and Asset Life Extensions
How to Protect Yourself From Cost Inflation
How ready is floating wind? What are the opportunities and issues?
How Ready Is Floating Wind? What Are the Opportunities and Issues?
  • A spotlight on Wind Power’s most important topics
  • 250+ registered attendees and 60+ speakers
  • Genuine discussion breaking down the biggest
  • Forward-thinking content based on nearly a decade of experience working with renewable finance professionals
  • The marketplace for projects to find money
  • Networking and learning opportunities crafted by a team with deep renewables sector expertise

Our 2022 agenda is now live! The content will develop by December, so there is still time to get involved and add your topic through sponsorship and speaking opportunities. If you want to get involved, contact us today!

Tuesday Keynote Speaker Confirmed

Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise
Scottish Government
09:00
 - 09:20 GMT
Presentation

Scotland continues to be a leading nation in renewable energy production. This was highlighted in June's CfD auction, with 1.85GW of offshore contracts every onshore wind contract, totalling 1.5GW, awarded to projects in Scotland. With near-perfect weather conditions and no intention of slowing down the number of projects under construction, the Scottish Government Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise, Ivan McKee, will showcase the future of wind power in Scotland.

, Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise
, Scottish Government

Our 2022 Expert Speakers Include

Director - Climate Infrastructure
BlackRock
Head of Offshore Wind
Department for International Trade
Managing Director, Co-Head of Advisory & Project Finance
Société Générale
Head of Power & Renewables
SMBC
Head of Public Affairs and Policy
Mainstream Renewable Power
ESG and Climate Principal
KKR

Confirmed Registered Companies Included

Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors and Partners

Our Latest News & Blogs From Our Editorial Partner

On 23 September, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng unveiled the UK Government’s prospective Growth plan aiming to reduce the cost of energy bills, at an expected cost of £31 billion over its first six months.
The UK’s overall pipeline of onshore wind projects has increased by over 4GW in the last twelve months, says RenewableUK.
ScottishPower and BT will collaborate on increasing connectivity throughout windfarms and offices to increase bandwidth and reliability at green energy sites.
The UK’s general public is overwhelmingly supportive in building new wind and solar farms in order to tackle the ongoing cost of energy crisis, according to Survation.
ESB Energy and dCarbonX have signed a joint venture agreement aiming to integrate large-scale energy storage projects off the coast of Ireland which could include green hydrogen utilisation.
​Wind farms paying back through the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme due to high power prices could now pay back £25 to each household from this October.
​All of the contracts awarded as part of the most recent round of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction have now been signed and returned to Low Carbon Contracts Company (LCCC).
​Octopus Energy is looking to lower bills by adding capacity to around a tenth of the UK’s onshore wind turbines through a repowering programme thanks to a new partnership with turbine manufacturer EWT.

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