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You have the power to speak up and let your officials know what issues matter to the wind industry, and what actions they can take to expand clean, affordable, homegrown wind energy in America.
AWEA presents awards to Members of Congress who exemplify America’s leadership and support for wind power.
New study finds carbon pricing can help New York State meet clean energy goals faster, more reliably, and at lower cost
Improving on-the-job hand safety is the focus of this year’s October Safety Campaign
Proposal could help grow Virginia’s economy and meet ambitious renewable energy goals set this week by Governor Northam
Industry leaders from Vestas and Xcel Energy to shape inaugural event for renewable energy industry
Production plant employs more than 500 to manufacture turbine blades for wind farms in the region
Dept. of Interior decision to delay Vineyard offshore wind project undermines US energy dominance agenda and the potential $70 billion US offshore wind supply chain
America celebrates wind energy leadership at farms, factories, and ports across the nation
Key findings of the US wind industry second quarter 2019 report:
Record wind capacity under construction or advanced development, reaching nearly 42 GW;
Long-term contract volume for wind capacity is up 10 percent over the first half of 2018, buyers include Hormel Foods, Walmart, and Target;
Three states set new offshore wind targets and N.J. greenlighted the largest offshore project in the country to date;
A growing number of wind farms are selecting turbines nearly twice as powerful as the recent fleet average;
WINDPOWER 2020 will be housed within CLEANPOWER, an efficient new exhibition hub featuring wind, solar, storage and more
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) expressed concern as the Ohio legislature took a major backwards step in its commitment to clean energy by passing House Bill 6 today.
New York selects two projects totaling nearly 1,700 MW in state’s first call for offshore wind project proposals