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Wind Powers 2019 for Another Record Year

Wind power emerged from 2019 as the U.S.’ top choice for new power after building 9.1 GW, representing 39% of new utility-scale...

Clean Energy Workers Feel the Effects of COVID-19

More than 106,000 clean energy workers lost their jobs in the month of March, and hundreds of thousands more clean energy job...

Two Newly Completed Wind Farms Power Upper Midwest

Upper Midwest customers of Xcel Energy are now receiving renewable energy from two newly completed wind facilities, the 150 MW Foxtail Wind...

LM Wind Power to Close Blade Manufacturing Plant

LM Wind Power, a Danish supplier of rotor blades, says it will close its Little Rock, Ark., manufacturing plant later in the...

Offshore Wind Industry Needs 77,000 Trained Workers by 2024

The offshore wind industry will need over 77,000 trained on-site workers to fulfill 2020-2024 market forecasts in North America, China, Taiwan, Japan,...

American Voters Favor Offshore Wind

Over 80% of the nation’s voters favor offshore wind energy.Widespread support comes from both major political parties and...

CLEANPOWER 2020 Cancelled Due to COVID-19

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) has canceled the CLEANPOWER 2020 Conference & Exhibition, which was scheduled for June 1-4 in Denver.

NY Legislation Creates New Siting Process for Renewables

New legislation in New York will speed up the siting and construction of clean energy projects to combat climate change and help...

New Technologies Help Turbine Manufacturers Access Additional Revenue

A sustained decline in the overall costs of wind turbines, as well as ambitious national- and regional-level renewable energy targets, has driven...

2019: Second-Biggest Year of Installed Wind Energy

2019 was the second-biggest year for wind power, with installations of 60.4 GW of new capacity worldwide and year-over-year growth of 19%,...