AWEA membership FAQ
What is the American Wind Energy Association?
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is the trade association for the U.S. wind energy industry. Learn more about us.
Who are AWEA members?
AWEA's thousands of member companies represent all segments of the industry. They include: wind project developers, wind turbine manufacturers, component suppliers, service providers, electric utilities, construction companies, engineering firms, consultants and financial advisors. For more information, please consult our membership brochure.
How do I join AWEA?
Joining is easy. Just go to awea.org/join.
How can I learn about AWEA events?
AWEA hosts numerous events throughout the year and across the country. Find dates, topics, and registration information for AWEA events at www.awea.org/events. To inquire about speaking opportunities at these events, email email@example.com.
Login & Profile Management for Members
How do I log in to my AWEA member account?
Click on the "Member Login" button in the upper right corner of www.awea.org. Enter your work email address and password, and click "Submit." If you have forgotten your username/password, click on "Forgot Password." If you need to update your password, click on the link provided after the text "I would like to reset my password."
How do I create an individual account for myself if my company is a member?
Click here! You will be prompted to search for yourself using your last name and business email. This is to ensure that we don't accidentally duplicate your record. You will be prompted to enter in some basic information and create a password. If your record already exists, you will be prompted to utilize the "forgot password" link to access the system. We look forward to working with you.
How do I add an employee to my company roster?
We are in the process of upgrading our database to enable our members to add additional employees to the company roster. Until the upgrade has been released, email any roster requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I update my company’s Membership Directory listing?
AWEA has just completed the 2012 - 2013 Membership Directory & Buyers Guide. Any changes requested will be made in the next edition. We are currently developing a dynamic online Membership Directory that will allow members to edit their contact information and update instantaneously. Until that Membership Directory version is up and running, updates and changes will be solicited once a year (usually in July). The most recent version is available within the Member Center.
How can I change my personal information?
You can change your personal information by logging into the Member Center and selecting “Update My Profile” on the left side of the screen under My AWEA.
How can I change my Company Information?
You can change your Company Information by logging into the Member Center and selecting “Update My Profile” on the left side of the screen under My AWEA. Click on “My Company” in the upper green tab. Click on your Company Name and update your information. Note: Only certain individuals can update their Company Information.
AWEA Membership Benefits
What is my company’s level of membership? How do we upgrade?
Email AWEA’s membership team at email@example.com to identify your organization’s membership category, learn about upgrading to a higher level (which is likely based on an increase in your U.S. wind revenue), and/or to find ou about additional benefits.
What benefits do I receive?
The level of benefits you receive is based on your organization’s membership level. To find out the level of benefits for each level of membership, view our Membership Categories.
Do you have a list of my fellow members?
Yes. The Membership Directory and Buyers Guide is available to all members. The most recent version of the directory is available through the Member Center.
When does my membership expire?
All memberships run on a calendar year and are valid until December 31st. You can expect to receive a membership dues renewal notice in the fall for the following calendar year.
How do I join a committee or working group?
This is a great way to get involved in AWEA. Review AWEA’s committees & working groups to determine which group best suits your needs. Learn about what they do, find one or two of interest, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected.
Is there a local AWEA chapter in my area?
We currently do not have any chapter associations. However, we do have regional partners.
Do you send out newsletters?
Yes. AWEA members have access to two electronic newsletters: the daily Wind Energy SmartBrief and the weekly Wind Energy Weekly. Sign up for the Wind Energy SmartBrief , which provides a daily dose of . All new members should automatically be enrolled to receive the Wind Energy Weekly. Email email@example.com if you are not on the distribution list for the Wind Energy Weekly.
How do I purchase a booth for WINDPOWER® and other AWEA events?
As an AWEA member you are eligible to purchase a booth. Each event page will have specific information regarding booth space. To see the floor plan, explore the exhibitor directory, or select a booth at WINDPOWER go to windpowerexpo.org/exhibition. For additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I participate in the Sponsorship Program and/or advertise in AWEA publications?
Go to awea.org/advertise_sponsor. Sponsoring an AWEA event generates exposure for your company that helps establish you as a market leader. AWEA event attendees represent the core of wind professionals actively looking for solutions, business partners, and education on all things related to wind.
The awea.org/advertise_sponsor page also shows the advertising opportunities available through this AWEA.org website, the WindPowerExpo.org website, printed directories for WINDPOWER, and other AWEA events.
Where can I find state-specific wind energy information?
State-specific information on policy, jobs, and wind projects for each U.S. state can be found in our state fact sheets . You may also go to www.awea.org/issues to explore all of the policy areas that AWEA is working on to drive further demand for wind energy.