Financing Wind is different.
You’ll hear from the industry’s most interesting and influential speakers – and, because we don’t allow media, they’re free to say what they want.
Plus, there’s plenty of time to network with our members, who are senior figures within wind.
If you’re looking for a time-efficient way of growing your business within North American wind, there’s no better way than attending Financing Wind.
You will find the latest speaker announcements here as we continue to work on the greatest Financing Wind line-up so far.
Managing Director, The Tamarindo Group
Managing Director, Marathon Capital
Global Vice President,
Managing Director, Project Finance - Americas, MUFG
Global Clean Energy Practice Co-Leader,
MD - Utilities, Power & Renewable Energy, KeyBanc Capital Markets
Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel, Pattern Energy
Norton Rose Fulbright
Executive in Residence, Quantum Energy Partners
Global Director of Due Diligence Services, Renewables, UL
Governor of Colorado
President & CEO,
Apex Clean Energy
MD & Head of the Americas,
Managing Director, Tortoise Infrastructure Partners
CEO, Scout Clean Energy
EDP Renewables North America
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe
Head of Structured Finance, Siemens Gamesa
Partner, Amis, Patel & Brewer, LLP
VP Origination, Renewable Energy Systems
Director, Special Initiative for Offshore Wind
Tri Global Energy
Some of our most significant past speakers include Ray Wood, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Rob Threlkeld, General Motors; Declan Flanagan, Lincoln Clean Energy; and Jatin Sharma, GCube.
Half of our members are director-level or above, and there's plenty of opportunity to connect with them during networking breakfast, lunch and drinks. We invite a diverse range of companies - such as Ørsted, E.On and Augusta & Co - and keep ticket numbers capped. That way, you know that networking will stay focused and helpful to your business.
Our editorial team are experts in the wind and finance sectors - so we know exactly how to ask the most relevant questions. And because we only book truly authoritative speakers, you can be sure you'll get valuable answers.
Don’t worry – we can easily transfer your ticket to a colleague or client. Let us know the name and email address of the person you’d like to transfer your ticket to, by emailing email@example.com, and we’ll do the rest.
If you’re not yet a member of A Word About Wind, by purchasing a ticket to Financing Wind North America you’ll receive the membership for one year. The benefits include:
If you’re a gold, silver or corporate member, then yes. All you need to do is register for the event.
We also have a limited number of tickets available to non-members which are available to purchase.
We limit tickets to 200-300, which means that it’s a much more selective event than major trade shows. The conference attracts senior professionals from across all areas of the wind industry – financiers, tech specialists and owner-operators – but has a special focus on the financial side.
You’ll be meeting useful contacts in a focussed environment, perfect for relationship-building.
We’ll be meeting in Denver, Colorado at The Curtis – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.
You can book your room at a reduced rate by clicking here.
Please note that rooms are limited and booked on a first-come-first-served basis. The cut-off date for room bookings is April 3rd, or whenever discounted rooms sell out (whichever comes first.)
We have partnered with The Curtis to offer you a unique experience at this one of a kind boutique hotel in downtown Denver. Each guest floor is designed to reflect a pop theme from TV to music to art or sports and beyond. Also as a guest, you’ll also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi to help you stay connected.
You can book your room at a reduced rate. Please be aware that rooms are limited and on a first come first served basis.
See how to get to The Curtis.
The Denver Airport Station has direct access to downtown Denver in just 37 minutes via the A Line commuter train. The DEN Transit Center, which offers amenities for easy, efficient travel, is located just steps from the train on Level 1 below The Westin Denver International Airport hotel and conference centre. Travelers arriving at the Transit Center walk a short distance to the escalator or elevator that lead up to Level 5 and the south entrance of the Jeppesen Terminal and the security checkpoints.
The weather in Denver is hard to predict – so make sure you check the forecast before packing!
Denver has a mile-high altitude, so we recommend following these simple tips to adjust.
Parking at The Curtis is first come first served.
Valet Parking $42 per car, per night.
Self-Parking $38 per car, per night.
*Please be aware that service charges such as parking, baggage handling etc will be added to your Guest Folio.