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Megawatt Madness: Top picks for wind energy for the Southeast

This blog is part of the Southern Wind Energy Association’s Windy Wednesday series leading up to the wind energy industry’s largest annual event, WINDPOWER 2016, being hosted in New Orleans May 23-26. Registration and details…

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How many jobs do wind farms create?

This blog is part of the Southern Wind Energy Association's Windy Wednesday series leading up to the wind energy industry’s largest annual event, WINDPOWER 2016, being hosted in New Orleans May 23-26. Registration and details…

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Wind Power Provides 40% of Electricity to Southwest Power Pool

This blog is part of the Southern Wind Energy Association's Windy Wednesday series leading up to the wind energy industry's largest annual event, WINDPOWER 2016, being hosted in New Orleans May 23-26. Registration…

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Super Tuesday: Why are conservatives crazy in love with THIS type of energy?

Conservatives get a bad rap for hating renewable energy. But new polling out by the conservative group, ClearPath, show what types of energy republican voters really want and with Super Tuesday upon…

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GCAMP - Breaking barriers to offshore wind farm development for Georgia

This blog entry was written by Allie Brown, former Clean Energy Advocacy Manager at SACE.

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9 Ways to #loveCleanEnergy on Valentines Day

It's that time of year again, love is in the air! Along with some snow flurries or rain, depending on where you live... In the spirit of the valentines holiday, we are…

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Looks Like a Wind Farm Ban

Recent polling shows that over 70% of Americans support wind energy. In Kansas, where significant wind development has taken place, some 91% of voters believe that “Using renewable energy is the right thing to do for…

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Time for North Carolina to Support Wind Power

Wind turbine technology has advanced significantly in the past few years, enabling wind farms to sprout up in new areas, particularly in the Southeast. Taller turbines and longer blades are capable of capturing…

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Christmas Miracle: Congress Proposes Long-Term Support for Renewables

Over the past four years, congressional disfunction has been the rule, as opposed to the exception. But early Wednesday morning, congressional leaders proposed a sweeping bill that would not only provide essential…

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Dirt cheap renewables beating fossil fuels on price

A new analysis shows that wind energy and solar power are more affordable than ever. Every year, Lazard Associates publishes its Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis on different types of power plants including…