What’s Hot and What’s Not – Nordic Wind Power Outlook

Wind turbine orders from European countries went up by 74% last year, to a record number of 15 GW. Indeed, 2020 has provided several challenges, predominantly the global pandemic, but still we have seen a lot of activity in the Nordic renewable space.

In this webinar, we discuss current challenges and opportunities in Nordic wind power developments, investments and financings, in conversation with market, finance and legal experts.

 Discussion points:

  • Covid, covid, covid: How has the pandemic affected the Nordic wind power development, investment and financing markets? From supply chains and construction schedules to impact on contractual terms of project and finance documents.
  • Public opinion and permitting: It is getting increasingly difficult to develop onshore wind in the Nordics?
  • PPAs: Is there sufficient offtake demand to meet the supply? Can you finance a project without a PPA or with a long merchant tail?
  • What’s the outlook for 2021? Bull or bear?

Speakers:

Emma Olnäs Fors, Partner, Mannheimer Swartling (Moderator)
Andreas Zettergren, Partner, Mannheimer Swartling
Eric Bjonerud, Senior Vice President, Green Investment Group, Macquarie Group
Justin FitzHugh, Renewables Corporate Finance, Arctic Securities
Helena Nielsen, Director of Onshore Wind Development within BA Wind, Vattenfall
Paul Stormoen, CEO, OX2



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