17 - 18 October 2023, New York


Connecting American Wind Projects with Capital

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About Our Event

The US wind sector has seen a dramatic rise in investment, financing options, and government endorsement, and in 2021 made up 8% of the nation’s energy amid a 24% annual growth rate. The opportunity facing developers, utilities, investors and consumers is becoming more promising, with 39GW of onshore and offshore wind in the pipeline.

Despite the nation’s commitments to wind energy, there are still fundamental questions surrounding future legislative support, the risk and reward scenario regarding offshore investment, and how emerging offtake structures will disrupt the energy industry.

Solar Media’s launch of Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit USA will answer these questions in October, alongside industry leaders from government, banking, investment firms, law firms, developers and utilities in the US wind sector.

With two days of content, networking and problem-solving, industry leaders exclusive to the finance and investment realm of wind power will gather in New York to meet and discuss the most pressing dilemmas facing the sector. You can expect to hear from CEOs, CFOs, VPs, MDs and partners on issues as diverse as:

  • What are the federal wind incentives, how have they changed, what can we expect?
  • How are PPA structures evolving? (Synthetic, Merchant, Privates, Corps).
  • Which utilities are taking over the offshore boom? Who are they partnering with?
  • Repowering: How can we maximize the potential operational life and returns of a wind-turbine investment?
  • Investments and contracts under supply-chain disruptions: what’s at stake for wind projects and finance?
  • What are the changing risks to wind development in 2022?

All these questions and more will build the foundation to Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit USA’s discussions, networking and content – the only US wind event exclusively dedicated to finance and investment in 2022.

2022 Key Themes

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Tax Equity

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Policy, Credits & Subsidies

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Offshore Wind & Green Hydrogen

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Transmission & Interconnection

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M&A Trends

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Supply-Chain & Construction

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PPA's & Changing Offtake Structures

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Turbine Life & Repowering

What Took Place

450+ Expected Delegates

2 Days of Content & Networking

90+ Industry-Leading Speakers

24 Sessions

2022 Speakers Included

VP of Technology and Project Execution
Avina Clean Hydrogen Inc.
President and CEO
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
Associate, Power Practice Group
K&L Gates
Interim President and Chief Executive Officer
New York Power Authority
Senior Advisor
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM)

Attendees for 2022

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Latest News & Blogs From Our Editorial Partner

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“I suspect there will be a similar scheme to triads implemented next year. The National Grid will look at responses from clients and utilities as to how they should shape and form the next scheme,” said Barry Hurst, head of sales UK and Ireland at the latest Current± Briefings webinar.
Consumers based in Northern Ireland were able to avoid paying a collective total of £500 million thanks to the nation’s wind farms having provided 42% of electricity for the year.
Low carbon energy sources, including renewables and nuclear, generated 54% of Britain’s electricity between 31 October and 18 December, saving British households over £5.7 billion during this period, said RenewableUK.
Octopus Energy has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Shell to receive green energy from the “world’s largest offshore wind farm”, it said.
Ofgem has unveiled 26 strategic electricity transmission reinforcements in a bid to unlock wind deployments by 2030.