Wind turbines at the Peetz wind farm in northern Colorado; The 29.7 MW Peetz Table Wind Farm in Colorado features 33 NEG Micon turbines

With the Wind Energy Production Tax Credit in Place, AWWI Engages in Ambitious Plan for Wind-Wildlife Solutions in 2016

(February 12, 2016) Read more for highlights of a few of the AWWI products and activities that are helping advance wind energy’s viability and reduce its wildlife impacts. Eagle Conservation and...

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AWWI to Hold Forum on Innovative Bat and Raptor Deterrence and Detection Technologies and Chair Panel on Research Priorities at AWEA’s Siting and Environmental Compliance Conference

(February 8, 2016) On March 22, in a special pre-conference forum of the American Wind Energy Associations’ Wind Project Siting and Environmental Compliance Conference, AWWI will host experts from the vendor, industry,...

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Webinar on Golden Eagle Conservation and Mitigation Models is Now Available Online

(January 28, 2016) In a webinar presentation on January 27, AWWI’s Director of Research Taber Allison discussed two new models developed for AWWI’s Conservation and Mitigation Toolbox to facilitate...

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Apex Clean Energy Joins a Vigorous AWWI

(January 20, 2016) AWWI is delighted to welcome Apex Clean Energy as a new AWWI Sustaining Partner in 2016. Apex is an independent renewable energy company that focuses on...

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AWWI Announces 2016 Board Leadership

(January 5, 2016) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI), a collaborative partnership of leaders in the wind energy industry, wildlife management agencies, and science and environmental organizations, is pleased...

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AWWI’s Taber Allison is Elected to the Renewable Energy Working Group of The Wildlife Society

(December 14, 2015) The Wildlife Society, a national organization of wildlife managers and professionals, now counts AWWI’s Director of Research and Evaluation Taber Allison as a Board member of...

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Save the Date for the 11th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting: Nov 29-Dec 2, 2016 in Broomfield, CO

(October 27, 2015) The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting will take place November 29 – December 2, 2016 in Broomfield, CO. This meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers...

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Science and Collaboration Pay Increasing Dividends for Both Wind Energy and Wildlife

(October 22, 2015) AWWI and AWWI partners are announcing new products, solutions, and developments that wind industry and scientific and conservation stakeholders can use in the field to conserve wildlife...

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