AWEA Wind Energy Finance & Investment Conference

AWEA Wind Energy Finance & Investment Conference – Windpower Engineering & Development

AWEA wind resources & project energy assessment conference

Join the wind industry’s leading owners, project developers, wind assessors & siting professionals for the most popular technical wind conference in the nation. 

Industry leaders to create U.S. offshore wind energy standards

These standards and guidelines will form the basis for BOEM to establish transparent compliance requirements that will help industry, in turn, provide safe and reliable U.S. offshore wind facilities that serve the U.S. electric supply

American wind companies pledge $1 million as partners of Habitat for Humanity’s post-Harvey recovery work

Companies in the American wind energy industry announced they will donate $1 million to Hurricane Harvey repair and rebuilding as keystone partners of Habitat for Humanity’s Habitat Hammers Back initiative. Participating companies as of this release include: Apex Clean Energy; Blattner Energy; Duke Energy; EDF Renewable Energy; EDP Renewables; Enel Green Power North America Inc.; E.ON North America; Goldwind Americas; Hannon Armstrong; Invenergy; Leeward Renewable Energy; MAP Royalty; Pattern Energy; TPI

500 cities have committed to going big on clean energy this year – now what?

Editor’s note: This article was written by Alexander Laska, the Government and Public Affairs Coordinator for the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). It comes from AWEA’s blog, “Into The Wind.”   A handful of cities like Georgetown, Texas, and Greensburg, Kansas, have gone 100% clean energy, getting all of their electricity from sources like wind,

Wind energy cost reductions of 50% are possible by 2030

Editor’s note: This article was written by John Hensley and comes from Into The Wind, the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) blog.  Fresh off the first-ever American Wind Week, the Department of Energy (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) released a new report finding wind energy cost reductions of 50% are possible by 2030. That’s on top of

AWEA: The top three takeaways from DOE’s electric grid study

Editor’s note: This article comes from the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) Senior Director of Research, Michael Goggin. He notes three important takeaways from the Department of Energy’s recent electric grid study. CEO, Tom Kiernan also commented on the DOE study earlier today. Additionally, the primary research findings are analyzed in more detail in AWEA’s new analytical white

AWEA statement on the Department of Energy’s grid study

The following is a statement from Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) on the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Staff Report on Electricity Markets and Reliability: “We received the U.S. Department of Energy’s grid study and reviewed its key findings and recommendations. The wind industry appreciated the opportunity to contribute analysis

AWEA releases map of every wind farm and factory in America

Anyone can now easily view the location of every utility-scale wind project and wind-related manufacturing facility in the United States, thanks to a new map tool released by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). With the very first American Wind Week in full swing, AWEA released the map to help people visualize the growth of America’s largest source of

New reports find wind energy is more affordable than ever

Wind energy costs are lower than ever, with steady advances in technology and better wind-turbine performance, according to three new reports released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The new DOE reports include: The “2016 Wind Technologies Market Report,” the “2016 Offshore Wind Technologies Market Report,” and the “2016 Distributed Wind Market Report.” “The Department