Tag Archives: offshore wind

Renewable Energy Financing: What History Could Teach Us

On 4th October 2012 we hosted and sponsored, alongside Infrastructure Journal, the Offshore Wind Future Financing Forum. So let me try and explain why we think financing off-shore wind projects needs our attention. Continue reading →

Report Bolsters Certainty of UK Renewable Energy Future

Back in January, I wrote a blog titled Emerging Renewable Risks of 2012, where I discussed the uncertainty of renewable energy globally. I’m happy to report that a recently published Crown Estate study shines some light on the subject of … Continue reading →

Best of British for UK’s Green Plans?

Should Britain emulate South Korea, Germany, and France in offshore wind, and favour local industry? asks Tim Halperin-Smith, the divisional director of our renewable energy practice. Continue reading →

Answer to Europe’s Energy Future is Blowing in the Wind

Last week the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) offshore wind conference in Amsterdam certainly threw up some dilemmas about Europe’s energy future. The overwhelming feeling amongst the senior conference delegates was that the renewable energy debate has to be won … Continue reading →

Everyone’s a Risk Manager in Offshore Wind Energy

With the next phase of offshore wind power development set to dwarf current projects, the industry faces two major challenges: To reduce the cost and the time it takes to build the massive structures out at sea. These two topics … Continue reading →