Achievements in Wind Energy


Electricity buyers – whether they are utilities, municipalities, universities or Fortune 500 companies – are increasingly seeking to make wind energy a major part of their energy portfolios. Wind power comprised more than 41% of all new U.S. electric capacity additions in 2015, representing $14.7 billion in new investment.


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A Renewable America raises public awareness of how each of the six major United States renewable electric technologies – biomass, geothermal, hydro, solar, waste-to-energy, and wind power – are already providing a substantial amount of clean, affordable, and reliable electricity.

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Rewarded With Wind educates and mobilizes rural Americans in support of wind energy.

Electric Nation: Powered by Wind

Electric Nation: Powered by Wind is enlisting wind energy supporters to become active on social media to educate others about the importance of accelerating the United States’ transition to this clean, homegrown source of electricity.

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Wind Energy Fast Fact:

Wind Fast Fact #11: Wind energy became the number-one source of new U.S. electricity-generating capacity for the first time in 2012, providing some 42% of all new generating capacity. Since then, wind has continued to perform extremely well, along with all other renewables. Together, renewables accounted for two-thirds of all new U.S. generating capacity in 2015.

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