Head of Wilmington Trust Project Finance Will Marder shares his insights in this reprint published in the June 30, 2021 issues of Project Finance International. Will discusses how U.S. transactions will be completed in a wider variety of sectors and technologies in the coming years, and how the onshore renewables, offshore wine, transmission, and EV charging markets will benefit.

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