Turning up the heat: M&A in the renewable energy sector
by The Economist Group on Apr 13, 2012
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This KPMG report was written in co-operation with the Economist Intelligence Unit and is based on a survey of 202 senior executives from across the global energy industry, conducted in February 2008. ...
This KPMG report was written in co-operation with the Economist Intelligence Unit and is based on a survey of 202 senior executives from across the global energy industry, conducted in February 2008. Respondents were senior representatives, 50 percent with executive boardroom positions, from power generators, oil & gas majors, renewable energy suppliers, energy distributors and financial investors. A range of company sizes were represented, including some of the biggest, with one in five having revenue of more than US$10bn. About 35 percent of respondents were based in North America, 30 percent in Europe and 22 percent in Asia-Pacific.
Supplementary to the survey results,interviews were also conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit with the following senior executives:
Scottish and Southern Energy – Rhys Stanwix, Head of Energy Strategy
Suzlon Energy – Vivek Kher, Head of Communications
Babcock & Brown Wind Partners – Geoff Dutaillis, COO
Viridis Clean Energy Group – Ed Northam, CEO
Iberdrola Renovables – Estanislao Rey-Baltar, CFO
Macquarie Group – Ian Learmonth, Executive Director, European Renewables Business
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