Glenrock, Wyoming wind farm

Wind Energy Foundation Quarterly Newsletter – July 2016

A WORD FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR   Donors and friends – One of the keys to the success of the Wind Energy Foundation is the power of storytelling. Our flagship A Renewable America (ARA) campaign educates and persuades the public and decision makers to support renewable energy by enlisting business people to

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Peter Wells, Ron Stimmel Join WEF’s Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce the addition of Peter Wells, Vice President, Service, for Vestas and Ron Stimmel, Senior Program Manager, Global Renewable Energy Strategy, for Amazon to the Wind Energy Foundation’s (WEF) Board of Directors. Peter and Ron have a wealth of knowledge that will provide great value to WEF.

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U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition 2016

Come participate in several Collegiate Wind Competition opportunities during AWEA WINDPOWER 2016. Meet students as they visit your booths to learn more about your work and industry players; check out the students’ wind turbine prototypes during a special industry hour; and vote on your favorite design with our text-to-vote People’s

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Opportunities for Women in American Wind Power on the Rise

As wind power ramps up, installing more new electricity generating capacity than other energy source last year, so are new opportunities for jobs and leadership positions for women in the U.S. wind energy industry. These changes will be reflected at this year’s WINDPOWER 2016 in New Orleans from May 23 to May 26, as

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Carbon Pricing Works: An Opportunity For Virginia To Lead On Clean Energy

A Businesses for a Healthy Climate report The Clean Power Plan, issued by the EPA in August 2015, requires certain carbon-pollution reductions from the electric-power sector by 2030 and gives states the flexibility to design their own implementation plans. This Clean Air Act rule-making provides an unprecedented opportunity for Virginia

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The Wind Solar Alliance has joined forces with the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE). Our educational programs and research will continue on as part of a stronger, larger, ACORE team. Read our press release. To learn more about ACORE, visit: