July 15, 2024

American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)

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Unity Touted at American Clean Power’s First Conference
Unity was the theme at the American Clean Power Association’s first conference since replacing the American Wind Energy Association.
FERC OKs MISO Agreements Following TO Funding Ruling
FERC approved several interconnection and facilities service agreements submitted by MISO to comply with a 2019 commission ruling.
AWEA: Biden Tx Buildout Could Double Renewables
The U.S. could double its reliance on renewable energy in the next decade by taking administrative actions under the incoming Biden administration.
DOE Congestion Study Prompts Industry Criticism
Industry commenters accused DOE of overlooking crucial energy trends & relying on unexamined assumptions in its transmission congestion study.
‘Macro Grid’ Study Promises Cost Savings, Emission Cuts
An Eastern Interconnection "macro grid" would produce 6 million jobs, cut CO2 and save consumers more than $100 billion, a new study says.
FERC Pushed to Change Tx Rules for OSW
Efficient development of offshore wind transmission requires changes to planning, interconnection and cost allocation procedures.
Permits Will Kickstart OSW Supply Chain, Panel Says
Permits are the first things needed to continue developing a sustainable supply chain for the U.S. offshore wind industry, AWEA panelists said.
Panel: Election Unlikely to Shake Support for OSW
Offshore wind advocates said they are confident the industry will retain its bipartisan support regardless of the results of the U.S. elections.
OSW Supporters Look to Enroll Unconverted
Stressing the urgency of the climate crisis, speakers at AWEA's offshore wind summit said its time to engage everyone in an energy transition.
States Detail OSW Workforce Development Initiatives
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island officials discussed their role in training people to work in the offshore wind industry.

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