Exhibition Ticker - Global WindPower Finance & Investment

6-7 July 2011, London, United Kingdom / Where the wind power and finance industries meet to do business

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As a special information and recommendation service, the www.windfair.net press team introduces the Global WindPower Finance & Investment Exhibition to all its members and visitors.

Investment in wind gained 31% to reach $96bn in 2010, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, with soaring activity in offshore wind.

The wind industry continues to be the most dynamic driver for growth and innovation in the renewable energy space and continues to attract new investment.

Join global leaders in the wind and finance industries as they discuss cutting edge developments in
the wind power finance and investment markets, as well as the challenges and prospects for 2011
and beyond.

- What are the emerging business models and investment opportunities?
- Is the wind power market strong, bankable and global?
- How can the wind industry increase capital flow?
- What are the key challenges in attracting offshore wind finance?
- How can developers de-risk projects and attract finance?
- Is wind still too risky in the eyes of institutional investors?
- Are pension funds and bond markets warming to wind power?
- Are we seeing a shy return to growth in terms of deal size and volume of transactions in wind finance?

Now in its third year, Green Power Conferences' Wind Power Global Series is an annual portfolio of events, which provide an excellent platform to do business with the leading wind power industry leaders and attract major utilities, developers and investors, who attend to gain strategic intelligence, exchange ideas and do business.

Leaders: 100+ leading utilities, developers and wind farm owners have given case studies
Productive: Over 1700 high-level executives have attended our wind events with over 55% C-level /Director level
Geography: Participants from over 40 countries have attended our wind power series to date

The exhibition has a strong track record of attracting delegates from across the wind power value chain:
- VC/PE companies
- Wind farm owners/operators
- Wind project developers
- Institutional investors
- Wind technology developers and manufacturers
- Government and regulators
- Wind power technology research and development companies
- Law firms
- Insurance firms
- Energy analysts, environmental, engineering consultants and industry press
- Banks and investors and international financing institutions
- Utilities

RWE, Vattenfall, E.ON Climate & Renewables, Dong Energy, Scottish Power Renewables, Centrica, SSE, EDP Renovaveis, Eneco, Statkraft, Statoil, ENBW, RWE Innogy, RWE npower, Eesti Energia, EDF, Electrabel, GDF Suez, National Grid, Areva Renewables, Korean Southern Power Company

Mainstream Renewable Power, SeaEnergy Renewables, Belwind, Iberdrola Renovables, Acciona Energia, Cape Wind, NaiKun Wind Energy, Deepwater Wind, Fishermen's Energy of New Jersey, NRG Bluewater Wind, La Compagnie Du Vent, Evelop, Apex Offshore Wind, enXco, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities,
Terna Energy, Eolfi, Acciona Energia

Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, RBS, BNP Paribas, Fortis, RBC Capital Markets, Santander, Dexia Credit Local, Rabobank, European Investment Bank, EBRD, Energy Capital Partners, Global Capital Finance, Transmission Capital, Bayerische Landesbank, KfW, EKF, NIBC Bank, Hg Capital, Platina Partners, Siemens Project Ventures, Marubeni Corporation

OEMs, Suppliers & Service Providers:
Siemens Energy, Siemens Transmission & Distribution, Gamesa, Vestas, REpower, Mitsubishi Corporation, Enercon, Goldwind, GE Energy, Bard Engineering, Nordex, Alstom, Fluor, DNV, ERM, Garrad Hassan, Hansen Transmission, Lahmeyer International, Clipper, Ramboll, SGS, Sinovel

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