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AWWI Article is Cover Feature for Windpower Engineering & Development Magazine

(July 2, 2018) An article by AWWI is the cover feature of the June issue of Windpower Engineering & Development magazine! The article, “Science and Collaboration Make Wind Power Safer...

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AWWI Welcomes New Partners and Friends: Southern Power, Puget Sound Energy, and Sempra Renewables

(March 20, 2018) As AWWI celebrates 10 years of collaboration and solutions for wind energy and wildlife, we are excited to announce three new Partners and Friends who have...

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AWWI Welcomes New Board Leadership for 2018

(January 18, 2018) AWWI is excited to welcome Jim Murphy as Chair and Jenny McIvor as Vice Chair for our 2018 Board of Directors. Jim Murphy is Senior Counsel...

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AWWI Open House: Wind and Wildlife Partners and Colleagues Come Together to Share and Celebrate

(November 21, 2017) Wind energy developers, conservationists, biologists, engineers, and wildlife managers and regulators participated in the AWWI Open House on Tuesday, November 14. Over 60 attendees addressed issues...

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Save the Date: Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XII, Week of November 26, 2018

(November 15, 2017) Save the Date: Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XII, Week of November 26, 2018 Location will be announced in early 2018. The 12th biennial Wind Wildlife Research...

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AWWI Director of Research Taber Allison Co-Authors New Review on Conserving Eagles while Developing Wind Energy

(September 25, 2017) As wind energy expands to meet emissions reduction goals, so do proposed options to conserve golden eagles, raising the question: What is the best strategy for...

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NWCC Webinar: Summary and Synthesis of the Latest Knowledge on Wind Energy and Wildlife

(July 5, 2017) NWCC is hosting a webinar on July 18 on Summary and Synthesis of the Latest Knowledge on Wind Energy and Wildlife...

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AWWI’s 2018-2020 National Wind Wildlife Research Plan Now Online

(June 28, 2017) AWWI’s 2018-2020 National Wind Wildlife Research Plan is now available online. This Plan highlights what we have learned about wind-wildlife issues and what questions need to be addressed, and...

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