Company news and updates from Tamarindo.
These are good times for energy sector mergers and acquisitions (M&A). With coronavirus dampening deal activity in the last couple of years, 2022 promises revived interest in corporate purchases, with a focus on energy transition-related targets.
Back for 2024, our annual Wind Investment Awards celebrate best practice and leadership in the global wind, storage and power-to-X industries. Are you the best in the business? Submit your entries by 9th February 2024.
In the rapidly evolving world of renewable energy, establishing a strong brand presence is vital for businesses to thrive.
As a leadership team in the renewable energy industry, attending conferences can be an effective way to stay up to date with industry developments, build relationships with peers and potential partners, and increase brand visibility. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the key benefits of attending conferences as a leadership team in the renewable energy industry.
On Thursday 20th July, Tamarindo was honoured to host a meeting between Dr Alan Whitehead MP, the UK’s Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Net Zero, and our community of green hydrogen developers. This allowed developers to share the challenges they are facing in getting green hydrogen projects underway and indicate how a future Labour government could help navigate these growing pains.
Exploring insights from Financing Wind 2023. Hydrogen production, as a commercial industry, is still nascent. However, interest in financing is ramping up in line with EU, UK and US subsidy processes.
Industry observers say that the UK, France and South Korea are set to be top floating wind markets, suggesting that South Korea and the UK seem to be moving a bit faster.
Insights from Financing Wind 2023 reveal that despite ongoing bottlenecks slowing down timelines, European investments remain resilient. But the challenges they face are getting ever tougher.
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Insights from Financing Wind 2023
Discover the insights from Financing Wind 2023, highlighting the spread of offshore wind auctions across Europe and the potential of countries like Spain, Portugal, France, Poland, and Italy to meet EU renewable energy targets. Explore the challenges faced by turbine suppliers, the role of non-price criteria in auctions, and the rise of floating wind projects.
Explore the insights from Financing Wind 2023, focusing on onshore wind markets worldwide. Discover the growth opportunities in the Asia Pacific region, network constraints as a bottleneck, and the risks and rewards of investing in the US market. Gain valuable perspectives on long-term profitability, permitting challenges, and potential impacts of political factors.
Developers and off-takers unite to examine how to get early projects off the ground