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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.
Registration remains open and plans are still underway for CLEANPOWER 2020. The early bird deadline has been extended to April 10, 2020. We hope this allows you to plan your trip to Denver this June with confidence. We will provide updates if new information becomes available that may impact the event.
Additional key findings of the US wind industry third quarter 2019 report include:
Strongest third quarter for wind installations on record with 1,927 MW newly online;
Near-term wind advanced development pipeline reaches record 46.5 GW;
Nearly 6,000 MW of offshore wind projects in advanced development;
U.S. wind power has just achieved a major milestone: 100 gigawatts (GW) of installed capacity. American innovation, a pioneering spirit, and the hard work of the country’s 114,000 wind workers made this progress possible.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) issued the following statement applauding the introduction of the bipartisan Wind Energy Research and Development Act by Senators Tina Smith (D-Minn.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine)
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) issued the following statement supporting the creation of the bipartisan Senate Climate Solutions Caucus, led by Senators Mike Braun (R-IN) and Chris Coons (D-DE):
Colorado has world-class wind and solar resources, growing consumer demand for renewable energy and the political leadership to drive investments in clean energy. Join us on October 30 at the University of Denver to chart the course to our clean energy future.
Continuous innovation and creative thinking are characteristics that define American wind power. A prime example of this is the Wind Wildlife Research Fund, a proactive approach led by the wind industry to achieve a sustainable clean energy future.
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
Offshore wind is still a young industry in the U.S., but that’s rapidly changing.
Improving on-the-job hand safety is the focus of this year’s October Safety Campaign
For the past several years, states up and down the East Coast have jockeyed for position as U.S. offshore wind leaders. This month, Connecticut and Virginia took turns dominating the headlines.
October is just around the corner, and that means it’s time for AWEA’s annual safety campaign! This year, we’re Taking a Hand in Safety.