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Ireland opens RESS 2 amid changing market dynamics

Ireland’s second Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction formally opened for submissions on Friday (April 29) but did so in the context of a market that looks fundamentally different from the one that greeted the inaugural edition in 2020. 

Development exposure increasingly key for renewables investors

Since the end of summer 2021, there has seemingly been little let-up in investment activity across Europe, with work on sales processes and other deals barely stopping for a Christmas hiatus before steamrolling into the new year.

Spanish merchant financing: Unitranche debt to the rescue?

Multiple GWs of Spanish renewables projects are forecast to reach the ready-to build stage over the next 12-18 months, and many developments from this pipeline will doubtless look to lock in some kind of mid to long-term PPA agreement for some or all of their generation, therefore providing revenue certainty against which traditional lenders can… Read More ›

Wind developers and investors counting the cost of supply chain volatility

Recent days have brought a glut of downbeat financial results for a string of wind turbine OEMS due to high commodity prices and supply chain snags, with Siemens Gamesa, Vestas, and GE all putting out statements which laid bare some of the issues they face.   Siemens Gamesa, for its part, made little effort to… Read More ›

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