Credit: Iberdrola Renewables, Inc., NREL PIX 15206
Credit: Iberdrola Renewables, Inc., NREL PIX 15206

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: Tom Ryon, NREL PIX 24481
Credit: Tom Ryon, NREL PIX 24481

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: Robert Fiehweg, NREL PIX 20955
Credit: Robert Fiehweg, NREL PIX 20955

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: Invenergy LLC, NREL PIX 14371
Credit: Invenergy LLC, NREL PIX 14371

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: USFWS Mountain Prairie, Flickr
Credit: USFWS Mountain Prairie, Flickr

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: Michael Okoniewski, NREL PIX 15232
Credit: Michael Okoniewski, NREL PIX 15232

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

Credit: Matt Hamilton
Credit: Matt Hamilton

Combining the Power of Science with the Voice of Collaboration to facilitate Wind Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

A Groundbreaking Collaboration

We are a partnership of leaders in the wind industry, wildlife management agencies, and science and environmental organizations who collaborate on a shared mission:

To facilitate timely and responsible development of wind energy while protecting wildlife and wildlife habitat.

 

 

Enabling Sustainable Results

We solve wind-wildlife issues through:

We envision a future where wildlife and wind energy thrive, allowing all of us – wildlife and habitat included – to reap the climate change mitigation benefits that wind energy makes possible.

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AWWI Hosts Record-Setting Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

(December 2, 2016) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) hosted the 11th biennial NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting last week in Broomfield, CO. This year’s meeting set a record for attendance, with over 400 registrants representing the wind industry, consulting sector, federal and state agencies, academia, and conservation organizations. “Our dedication to improving knowledge and......

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New Online Library Makes Wind-Wildlife Research Easily Accessible

(November 28, 2016) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) today launched an online public Documents Library that makes it easy for researchers and for the public to look up existing wind-wildlife research. “We are delighted to announce that the AWWIC searchable library is now open,” said AWWI Executive Director Abby Arnold. “This online public library is......

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Don’t Miss the November 9 NWCC Webinar on Wind Energy and Sage-Grouse, Organized by AWWI

(October 20, 2016) Join the upcoming NWCC Webinar, organized by AWWI, to hear results from the two research projects overseen by the NWCC Sage-Grouse Research Collaborative....

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National Wildlife Federation’s Jim Murphy Joins AWWI Board

(August 1, 2016) The AWWI Board approved the nomination of Jim Murphy to serve on the AWWI Board of Directors for the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), one of the nine national science and environmental organizations that are AWWI Partners. Jim Murphy is Senior Counsel with NWF and, in addition to his nonprofit management experience, brings......

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