AWEA staff list
Staff at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)
AWEA-OSHA Alliance on worker safety
Through a cooperative alliance, OSHA and AWEA are helping to prevent wind energy worker fatalities, injuries and illnesses.
About grassroots wind energy advocacy at AWEA
Learn how to get involved as an advocate for wind energy.
Academic Membership Benefits
This is a listing of the academic membership levels. Academic membership levels include educational institutions (universities and or community colleges).
Advertise & Sponsor
Why your company should sponsor AWEA events, as well as advertise with AWEA online and in print.
Anatomy of a Wind Turbine
Breakdown of the major components comprising a typical wind turbine. A typical wind turbine consists of more than 8,000 component parts, providing significant opportunity for companies to begin supplying to the wind industry.
It is extremely important that association members, meeting attendees, and speakers understand that the provisions of the antitrust laws regulate their conduct at association meetings. A thoughtless violation of the antitrust laws by a few members could result in expensive protracted litigation that could destroy the association and/or result in the prosecution of individual members.
Attend town hall meetings to advocate for wind energy
Your federal officials will sometimes host meetings with constituents when they are at home in their state or district. These meetings are good opportunities to demonstrate your interest and express your concerns or appreciation about legislation affecting wind energy.
The best way to ensure that you are aware of your representatives' town hall meetings is to sign up for their electronic newsletters.
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Bats & wind energy
The wind energy industry is working with scientists and wildlife regulators to reduce its impacts on bats and address other larger causes of bat mortality like the disease known as white nose syndrome.