Wind Energy Update: Online meetings to reshape the offshore wind business

The increased number of international deals in the wind industry at the moment require companies to adopt a global approach to their business strategy, wind energy update.

London, UK April 20, 2012


Wind Energy Update have found that webinars have become the preferred way to stay up to date with the global industry news in a quick and efficient way.

The 50 million euros agreement between the Chinese subsidiary Jade Werke and Germany which became public this week illustrates the globalisation of the wind market and the importance of reliant international business communication methods to support it.

Wind Energy Update's first Investment and Finance webinar is a clear demonstration of the role online meetings play in the wind industry at the moment. The event has provoked remarkable interest since its launch last Friday with a total of 1000 people now expected to log in on the day (Thursday, 3rd of May at 13:00GMT). Companies already confirmed are; likIberdola, SSE Renewables, GDF Suez, Barclays, Siemens, RWE, Vestas, Eon, Mckinsey, Acciona, Vattenfall, The Crown Estate plus many more.

Furthermore the world class speakers in charge of the in-depth industry analysis come from leading companies such as Mizuho Corporate Bank, Mott MacDonald and Sgurrenergy and have solid experience in the field of I&F for offshore wind projects.

Registration is free and highly recommended for all professionals from the offshore wind sector looking to gain vital insight into the topics of risk mitigation, balance sheets and project finance.

To secure your place in this exclusive industry meeting go to https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/672547646

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