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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.
The AWEA Wind Resource & Project Energy Assessment Conference is the nexus point for everything concerning wind farm production, the place where meteorologists and engineers highlight recent advances and debate the critical issues affecting wind resource assessment. Attendees should expect to gain critical insight into the key matters by which the industry makes energy predictions.
Wind energy is a clean, renewable form of energy that has many pros. Learn more below.
American wind energy is a major job creator-- today over 114,000 U.S. workers(Opens in a new window) now have wind-powered careers.
U.S. wind power drives unmatched economic development(Opens in a new window) into rural America.
Wind power has some of the lowest environmental impacts of any source of electricity generation.
Read through the Benefits of Wind Energy section, and then read more on specific topics like agriculture, property values, and living near turbines.