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We're on the verge of a wind revolution » Yale Climate Connections
A revolution driven by the states
Massachusetts began laying the groundwork for an offshore wind industry 10 years ago, while the Cape Wind venture was still playing out. The state even went so far as to sink $113 million into rebuilding the port of New Bedford as a hub for offshore wind construction staging, repair, and related industry.
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august 2018 by wmaceyka
Foreign Firms Dominate Wind Energy in U.S., Land Stimulus Dollars
Filed under: Environment, Energy, PD Investigations
Foreign companies build many of the wind turbines in the U.S. In part, that's because American utilities lack the expertise, and only a few American firms manufacture the equipment. 
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may 2010 by johnfromberkeley
American Wind Energy Association
AWEA is a national trade association representing wind power project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry - one of the world's fastest growing energy industries. In addition, AWEA represents hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world.
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march 2009 by zara2stra
News - Clean Edge - The Clean-Tech Market Authority
As the wind industry closes out another banner year, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is looking ahead to further progress in 2009. Although the industry is buffeted by the financial crisis and economic downturn, it is also buoyed by a strong strategic position and the prospect of strong policy support from Congress and the new President. Here are some wind energy projections for the New Year:
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january 2009 by TomRaftery
If Not Wind...
AWEA wind advocacy site
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june 2006 by scruss

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