Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot | Minneapolis, MN September 27 – 28, 2016 Register here: http://www.awea.org/events/Event.aspx?EventID=41840 Join the wind industry’s leading owners, project developers, and wind assessors as they share latest challenges facing the wind resource assessment community. During this technical event you will explore the industry’s needs, focus on state-of-the-art techniques and technologies,
AWEA’s compilation of all available data from government and other sources shows that for every dollar spent on federal energy incentives, wind energy received less than 3 cents.
U.S. wind industry activity approached record levels in the second quarter as utilities and other purchasers locked in record-low wind costs. Over 18,200 MW of wind-power capacity are now under construction or in advanced stages of development, according to the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) U.S. Wind Industry Second Quarter 2016 Market Report. Recognizing the
Study: $1.5 billion in annual net benefits to California consumers with a Western electricity market
$1.5 billion in annual net benefits to California ratepayers, cleaner air, and the creation of thousands of California jobs are possible by expanding California Independent System Operator (CAISO) to gain the market efficiencies of a larger geographic footprint and more diverse energy supply, including low-cost wind power. These benefits for California’s economy and environment are
The installed capacity in Kansas has doubled four times in the last 10 years, and it’s about to double again.
Pledge of 50% zero-carbon electricity by 2025 possible by growing more low-cost, reliable wind energy
Within the next 10 years the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will collectively obtain half of their electricity from zero-carbon sources of electricity, including wind power. That’s according to a joint pledge to be announced by President Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto during the North American Leaders’ Summit in Ottawa,
Governor Steve Bullock announced a new blueprint for Montana’s energy future that recognizes the value of expanding wind energy and a stronger electricity grid. The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) hailed the Governor’s plan: “Governor Bullock’s energy blueprint provides the framework for Montana to develop its world class wind resource and capture a significant portion
The U.S. wind energy industry celebrated the 10th annual Global Wind Day Wednesday by highlighting a 66% drop in the cost of wind-generated electricity in just six years. “From the corn fields of Iowa to the windswept plains of Texas, by improving our technology and lowering wind power’s costs we’re saving you money,” said Tom
Bryce’s trick is looking up large and diversified companies that conduct some business in the wind industry, and then incorrectly assuming that all incentives awarded to those diversified companies were actually given to the wind industry.
WINDPOWER 2016 wrap up: 7,200 attendees envision greater consumer savings, cleaner air, more wind jobs
With attendance over 10% more than last year, 7,200 left the U.S. wind energy industry’s annual conference in New Orleans yesterday excited about what’s next for the industry as it prepares to grow to supply 10% of U.S. electricity by 2020.