AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Seminar

AWEA Wind Resource & Project Energy Assessment Seminar

AWEA Wind Energy Fall Symposium

Hello, America. Steel goes into the Atlantic coast waters this year and next for the first U.S. offshore wind farms.

U.S. on schedule to meet 20% wind power by 2030 says AWEA CEO Kiernan

It’s an exciting time to be in the wind industry. It boasts of over 62,000 MW of onshore wind generated power, 14,000 MW more in construction, and initial offshore construction begins in East-coast waters this year and next. Those were the opening comments from an enthusiastic AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan at the recent AWEA Offshore


Invenergy exec discusses why you should attend AWEA’s Wind Energy Finance & Investment Seminar

The AWEA Wind Energy Finance & Investment Seminar is right around the corner and Jim Murphy of Invenergy LLC is the program chair. The seminar, held next week in New York, will focus on banking and financial issues as they pertain to investing in wind-energy projects. In this podcast, Jim will discuss a few seminar

AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition


Wind Talk: A look inside AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER 2014

Welcome to another edition of WindTalk, our podcast series that gives you the opportunity to hear from the industry’s news-makers in their own words. Today I’m joined by Paul Gallagher, COO of Fishermen’s Energy. Paul is a chairman for the upcoming AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER event in Atlantic City, New Jersey and is here to give


Wind power offers purchasers historic low prices, aiding U.S. industry’s continued recovery in second quarter

Affordable, homegrown wind power is helping to save consumers money in many regions of the country, encouraging new wind power growth and the start of construction of over 14,000 megawatts (MW) in America so far this year. “Today’s great values on clean, low-cost wind power are encouraging utilities and major companies to sign more and

The wind industry supports the EPA's draft rules for carbon dioxide reductions. Turbines of this sort will help replace the power lost by closed conventional thermal  plants.

AWEA supports the EPA’s proposed draft rule

The first-ever federal regulation on carbon pollution from existing electric-power plants can be an economic boon to wind-rich states if they meet them by developing more wind energy, the industry’s trade association will testify tonight in Washington, D.C. Electricity generated from a wind farm in one location lets a utility reduce generation from fossil fuels

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley

Television ads say “Thank you” to American wind power champions in Colorado and Iowa

Television ads set to run this week in Colorado and Iowa will thank members of Congress who are some of American wind power’s biggest champions. The television ads thank U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley and U.S. Representative Bruce Braley of Iowa and Senator Mark Udall of Colorado for their legislative leadership and their frequent, strong and