The Energy Department released three wind market reports demonstrating continued growth in wind energy nationwide.
Deepwater Wind unveiled plans for its newest project off the American coast: Revolution Wind, a utility-scale offshore wind farm paired with an energy storage system.
American Electric Power announced a major clean energy project, Wind Catcher Energy Connection, that will provide nearly 9 million megawatt-hours of new wind energy annually to its customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
Leading wind measurement experts gathered in London claimed that LiDARs have been replacing met masts to become the sole wind measurement tool used for offshore resource assessment and power curve verification purposes.
The Bureau of Land Management issued a Finding of No New Significant Impacts and a Decision Record after completing the second of two site-specific Environmental Assessments covering Phase I of the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre (CCSM) Wind Energy Project.
America’s wind power workforce installed 908 utility-scale turbines in the first quarter of 2017, totaling 2,000 megawatts (MW) of capacity. This is the wind industry’s strongest start in eight years.