AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Seminar

AWEA Wind Resource & Project Energy Assessment Seminar

AWEA Wind Energy Fall Symposium

AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition

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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

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302 businesses and groups across U.S. economy say Congress must act urgently on the EXPIRE Act to extend critical tax policies

A letter to Congressional leaders signed by 302 companies and associations including major players in the U.S. economy was released today, calling for urgent action on the EXPIRE Act to extend tax policies they say are critical to the continued growth of clean energy technologies. “Businesses and investors need stable, predictable federal tax policy to create

WindTalk-podcasts

A conversation with AWEA’s Peter Kelley on recent EPA proposed rules and Clean Air Benefits, an AWEA white paper

You might think the U.S. wind industry could not be busier.  Even without the PTC, construction is booming, for this year at least. The recently proposed EPA rules may provide some of the stimulus previously delivered by the tax credit. Although that remains to be seen, what is visible it that the air is getting

According to AWEA, Ohio is a national leader in wind-related manufacturing, with more facilities producing products for the wind energy industry than any other state.

Ohio freezes state’s renewable energy goals; immediate action needed

Gov. John Kasich has an opportunity to retain a wind industry in Ohio if he uses his line-item veto today to remove an anti-wind-energy provision from the budget bill – with $2.5 billion in current investment, hundreds of millions in local leases and tax payments, over 60 factories, and thousands of Ohio jobs on the

The Blue Creek wind farm in Van Wert Ohio will be one of the last in Ohio if Gov. Kasich does not veto HB 483. Wind projects under development in Ohio represent about a $2.5 billion investment.

Gov. Kasich should veto wind energy-killing provision of H.B. 483 that jeopardizes $2.5 billion investment in Ohio

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) calls on Governor John Kasich to protect billions of dollars in potential investments in Ohio by using his line item veto to strike a provision in House Bill (H.B.) 483, which places unduly restrictive setbacks on new Ohio wind farms. “This would kill further wind energy development in Ohio

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DOE data show states with most wind energy have largest electric rate decline

Newly released Department of Energy (DOE) data show that consumers in the states that use the most wind energy have fared far better than consumers in states that use less wind energy. The 11 states that produce more than seven percent of their electricity from wind energy have seen their electricity prices fall by 0.37%