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Farmers Turn to Turbines During Tough Times

Farming and hard work are often synonymous. In a profession that depends upon nature for its production and livelihood, the results can...

Tri Global Expands Wind Energy Development

Tri Global Energy, an independent renewable energy company, says it has maintained its position as the leading developer of wind energy projects...

AWEA Names its CLEANPOWER 2020 Conference Partners

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has named its partners for CLEANPOWER, a new exhibition hub that will bring together the utility-scale...

Nearly 10 GW of Wind Power Added to the U.S. Grid in 2019

The wind industry experienced its third strongest year on record in 2019, as project developers added 9,143 MW of wind power capacity...
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WINDPOWER 2017 Closes With Diverse Panel On Wind Trends

American wind power’s future growth will be driven by a diverse range of customers and trends, says the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), highlighting...
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A Rundown Of AWEA’s WINDPOWER 2017

“Wind power has grown to be America’s largest source of renewable capacity because we’ve delivered on our promises," remarked AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan at this week's show in Anaheim, Calif.
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AWEA Announces New Board Chair, Members And Advisors

Tristan Grimbert, president and CEO of EDF Renewable Energy, has been elected chair of the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) board. He succeeds Chris...
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Energy Groups To Perry: Diverse Energy Sources Do Enhance Grid Reliability

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), along with the Solar Energy Industries Association, Advanced Energy Economy and the American Council on Renewable Energy, has...
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AWEA Hires Energy Policy Strategist Amy Farrell

Amy L. Farrell, a strategist and expert in energy, environmental and regulatory policy, has been named senior vice president for government and public affairs...
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American Wind Industry Boasts Strongest Start In Years

The wind turbines installed in the first three months of the year represent nearly 40,000 job years for U.S. workers, according to the American Wind Energy Association's first-quarter market report.