In honour of International Women’s Day, we are pleased to share the first Women’s Power List. Amscap is proud to announce that Alexandra Nilsson is included on place 55. This report provides insight into the women who carry the greatest influence within the industry, or their particular part of it, those who conclude the biggest deals and […]
Amscap is pleased to announce that it ranked fourth in Inspiratia’s 2016 top financial advisors’ league table. The ranking, based on primary deal volume, is a testament to the team’s success in respect of the Merkur transaction. An extract of the report can be found here: European renewables financial advisory analysis.
Project Finance International (http://www.pfie.com) awarded Merkur the PFI 2016 Renewables Deal of the Year award. This award is a tribute to all the people that worked so hard to close this transaction in a record breaking time. Amscap is especially proud, as this is the second time the team closes a landmark offshore wind transaction […]
A Word About Wind (www.awordaboutwind.com) published its annual TOP 100 POWER PEOPLE 2016 report, the annual overview of the most influential individuals in the wind business. Amscap is proud to announce that Michael van der Heijden was included for the third year in a row, now on place 66. The full report can be found […]
The Working Group for Offshore WindEnergy (https://www.agow.eu/) and other sector related stakeholders commissioned a report detailing the latest offshore wind figures in Germany. In 2016, 156 additional offshore wind turbines generators (WTGs) went online, with a total capacity of 818 MW. By the end of 2016, a total of 947 WTGs were connected to the […]
Borssele III and IV go to the Shell, Van Oord, Mitsubishi/DGE and Eneco consortium at another record breaking EUR 54.5 /MWh level. Further details on: https://www.government.nl/latest/news/2016/12/12/dutch-consortium-to-construct-second-borssele-offshore-wind-farm
EY published their Spotlight on Power & Utility Megaprojects report (attached), in which they conclude that offshore wind (and gas-powered generation) projects suffer significantly less delays and cost overruns than water, hydropower, nuclear and coal projects. The full report can be accessed here: ey-spotlight-on-power-and-utility-megaprojects
Interesting background information on Siemens Financial Services and their experience in offshore wind. http://www.siemens.com/innovation/en/home/pictures-of-the-future/energy-and-efficiency/the-future-of-energy-financing.html