FTI Intelligence provides a series of data-driven publications evaluating competitive markets, policy, finance, technology and business models across the energy spectrum. Derived from our comprehensive databases, local knowledge, and the opinions of leading industry experts and an extensive network of professionals, these publications deliver a powerful combination of strategic insight and reliable market forecasts for both established and emerging markets.

For example, our FTI-CL Energy service recently focused on areas such as the EU gas and power markets; emerging trends and innovative sources of finance in offshore wind; Ofgem concern about current electricity trading arrangements; and EU ETS competiveness.

Featured Events

EPRG Conference – Future of European Utilities

FTI-CL Energy and the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) of the University of Cambridge are co-hosting a conference to explore different regulatory and strategic issues affecting European utilities. The conference will bring together key thought leaders from the corporate, public, and academic world to explore issues including the recent 2030 European climate and renewables targets, innovative storage and renewables technologies, the impact of capacity mechanisms on the profitability of thermal generation, and how to make the most of smart meters for retail offers.

Latest Reports

Coming SoonGlobal Wind Supply Chain Update 2015
(Available for Pre-Order Now)

January 5, 2015 200+ pages

Categories: Renewable Energy

In this report, we examine the changing trends in supply and procurement strategies as wind turbine OEMs move towards leaner and more flexible solutions in response to volatile demand in recent years.

Wind Turbines
FeaturedEuropean Commission study on energy costs and subsidies in the EU

September 1, 2014 103 pages

Categories: EU Power Markets

A critical review of the European Commission study of the costs and subsidies of different generating technologies.

FeaturedInnovative Financing of Offshore Wind

April 8, 2014 90+ pages

Categories: Renewable Energy

In this report, we explore the extent to which offshore wind power qualifies as an infrastructure asset and how this will provide access to deeper pools of money for both debt and equity.

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