This session will look at what to expect in the second half of 2021. We analyse major projects announced, upcoming tenders and how the sector is closing the gap between where we are now and executing ambitious installation targets set by international governments
This panel will take a look at changing ownership profiles within the sector. As we see a rise in oil and gas companies interested in renewables, what impact will these larger companies have on the sector? Is wind becoming more of a game for larger players?
As subsidies wane across Europe, there is a need for generators to look at their routes to market and much has been said of the merchant model but are investors ready to take on the risk of merchant projects?
As portfolios scale up, and the technology mix becomes more complex – perhaps with batteries included, perhaps with more software and increasingly complex data, this session looks at the next level of asset management and how to manage a mixed portfolio across a wide selection of jurisdictions and how to really increase returns.
Green hydrogen offers a huge opportunity to decarbonise heavy industry and to promote growth in the wind sector but to deliver on the promise, there are barriers to overcome. This session will uncover lender and investor appetite in the market, how the cost of equipment is changing, where governments are fostering local industries and what the offtake market for hydrogen looks like.
A full assessment of the hottest locations for development will be made in this panel where we look at where the industry is going next. Which markets are under-developed but up-and-coming? And, crucially, where are investors looking for opportunity?