The firm continues to top inspiratia’s global renewables table by deal count and gains eight first place rankings in Inframation.
Malte Jordan moves up from 49th to 24th and Henry Stewart joins the list for the first time at 68th.
This article higlights the key talking points that arose from a recent webinar hosted by WFW and Grant Thornton on the future of EV in the UK.
In this article we consider the current decline in energy demand and its resultant impact on wholesale power prices, and the potential role for corporate and synthetic PPAs as well as proxy revenue swaps in the market.
Henry discusses the three main challenges that need navigating during this crisis – supply chain disruption, government subsidy schemes and re-financing and restructuring.
WFW advises GIG on the construction financing for a 170 MW Nordic onshore wind portfolio30 April 2020
The initial portfolio consists of the 80 MW Buheii project and 43 MW Hornamossen project, with the 47 MW Tysvaer project acceding shortly after close.
The Energy group have provided a feature article for PFI on the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic on the renewables industry.
The firm attained eight top ten rankings in IJGlobal, including moving into the top spot for Renewables Infrastructure Finance and gaining three new rankings since Q1 2019.
In this article we explore the range of interconnected practical and legal considerations faced by European renewables projects as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic.
WFW dominated inspiratia’s renewables rankings this year, topping the table by deal count for the fourth consecutive quarter.