Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind: An Asset Manager’s Guide to Mitigating Wind Power Resource Risk focuses on the challenges posed by weather-related underperformance to wind energy asset owners and investors, outlining the scale of the volumetric resource problem. It then looks at the Weather Risk Transfer (WRT) options available, and assesses the value they add to projects.

The report includes:

  • An analysis of the barriers to adoption of WRT and potential solutions
  • An explanation of WRT product structures and how to calculate revenue
  • Interviews with Infigen, weather measurement experts Vaisala, and risk transfer intermediary REsurety
  • A conversation with Kim Diamond, Attorney, Adjunct Professor, and Chair of Women of Wind Energy’s New York/New Jersey chapter


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