In the fourth article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, we offer an overview of the current state of play for hydrogen in the UK, expectations for a future national strategy and implications for the energy, transport and real estate sectors.
This transaction marks Blue Elephant’s entry into the Greek renewable energy market, and includes the largest operational solar park in Greece, with an overall capacity of 38 MWp.
The acquisition expands Denker & Wulf’s onshore wind portfolio into Germany’s North Friesland, taking control of planning and operational management services to WEB Andresen’s 30 community wind farms and five substations.
In the third article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts introduced by the Taxonomy Regulation and explain what this means for market participants in the energy sector.
This is the third article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, which provides an overview of the hydrogen sector and the strategy for its development in multiple jurisdictions.
In the seventh article of our OFTO series, we set out common issues that arise in negotiating OFTO sale and purchase agreements, particularly in light of the unusual dynamics created by the tender process.
The agreement will lead to the joint development, alongside medium-to-small local construction businesses, of solar pipelines in Italy with a combined installed capacity of up to 100 MW.
The portfolio, being developed and built by Danish developer European Energy, consists of five wind farms located in Poland with a total capacity of 44.675 MW.
WFW has dominated the inspiratia rankings, again being ranked 1st in renewables by deal count, with 94 accredited transactions in 2020, 27 more than the next highest competitor.
During this panel discussion we will look into the current issues in European energy contracting and financing and the challenges of market participation and corporate PPAs.