Financing Wind London 2014

Connecting the European wind market

1st October 2014 |Ernst & Young LLP, LONDON

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Unrivalled insights into European wind

In 2014, changing support mechanisms in North America, Europe and Australia caused new development and construction to stutter, impacting significantly on investor confidence.

Simultaneously, the wind industry continued a high-profile migration into emerging markets around the globe. This opened up new opportunities, while, conversely, exposing developers and investors to unique financial risks.

In this climate, it was imperative that the sector find smart ways to finance new schemes. That’s why we brought together 80+ of wind’s top professionals to talk through how the industry can approach these challenges.

For a complete overview, see our event programme:

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Meet the speakers

Companies that Attended

What happened?

We heard from industry-leading speakers

Such as Ian Berry, Head of Infrastructure, Aviva Investors and Matthieu Hue, Director Onshore & M&A, EDF Energy Renewables

We tackled the industry's most critical issues

Such as: how can project risk be reduced? What are the key elements that policymakers need to address? At what point in the evolution of an emerging market should you invest?

We brought together a unique combination of people

From companies like Aviva, HSBC and the Crown Estate.


The 2014 programme looked at the political and economic forces impacting wind, and asked how investment projects can best be structured to minimise the associated risks.

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