AWEA Wind Power on Capitol Hill 2017
February 15 - 16, 2017
It’s time to go to Washington to advocate for wind energy!
AWEA Wind Power on Capitol Hill is a rare opportunity for AWEA members and others who want to help advance wind energy to participate in advocacy training and then put that training to work to educate legislators and their staff on the wind industry’s top policy initiatives at both the state and federal level.
It's rally time!
In addition to the advocacy training and a Lobby Day, you can take part in a special Wind Power on Capitol Hill Rally, featuring several VIP speakers, to raise awareness of the wind industry's positive impact on today's energy landscape.
Hear from champions of offshore wind power, helping to lead the fight for clean energy...
Representative Tom Reed, (R-NY 23rd District)
Representative David Young, (R-IA 3rd District)
Representative Jodey Arrington, (R-TX 19th District)
Steven Lockard, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, TPI Composites, Inc.
Michael B. Revak, Head of Global Project Function Project Manager, Siemens Energy, Inc.
Laura W. Folse, Chief Executive Officer, BP Wind Energy North America Inc.
Corrine Monje, NDT Engineer, NAVY, Broadwind Energy
Tom Kiernan, Chief Executive Officer, AWEA
Pete Ferrell, Kansas rancher & landowner
...and many more!
Over the course of two days you will:
- Participate in an advocacy boot camp where you’ll learn from the pros the most effective techniques for conducting meetings on the Hill, and fostering long-lasting relationships with your elected officials.
- Put that training to work in face-to-face meetings with your elected officials and their staff.
- Understand how federal and state policies affect the future of U.S. wind development.
- Network with your colleagues in the industry and congressional staff at a reception on Capitol Hill and become empowered to make this event the springboard for your continued advocacy efforts.
You can make a difference
Your participation in Wind Power on Capitol Hill can make a huge difference in gaining support in Congress to keep American wind power growing.
Has wind power helped improve your livelihood or community? Please join us. If you are an AWEA member, a supplier for wind projects, a leaseholder, or community member – we need your voices!
Be sure to check out our discounted rates for veterans, landowners, AWEA members and more! Register today!
For questions about Wind Power on Capitol Hill 2017, please contact Nancy Sopko at firstname.lastname@example.org.