Renewables benefit from the world’s determination to build back better but despite huge pent-up appetite for development, governments will struggle to deliver on their energy transition promises unless permitting delays are overcome. Four infrastructure professionals, including Taaleri Energia’s Kai Rintala, share their thoughts. 


“Now you can generally get projects through [in Finland] without any appeals. Texas is another example of a market where permitting is straightforward. In the Eastern European markets where we are active the general public tend to be very pro-wind and solar because of the obvious environmental and cost benefits and also because it brings income to the local authorities where the wind and solar farms are located,” says Rintala.

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