Got Water? Wind Energy is Dry Energy

With our states jn the grip of a crippling drought, it’s time to think seriously about the incredible amount of water used to generate our electricity. Click our graphic to learn more about how wind energy can save water for other life-sustaining uses.

Wind Energy Helps Ward Off Power Outages

by Michael Goggin, AWEA https://www.aweablog.org/blog/post/wind-energy-helps-ward-off-power-outages Over the last 48 hours, wind energy played a critical role in keeping homeowners warm as grid operators across the Eastern and Central U.S. worked overtime to keep up with record-breaking winter demand. Most importantly, wind energy provided massive quantities of extremely valuable electricity when grid operators needed it mostContinue reading “Wind Energy Helps Ward Off Power Outages”

NRDC Studies American Wind Farm Job Creation

Read a Copy of the Report Here: NRDC: American Wind Farms: Breaking Down the Benefits from Planning to Production From the Report’s Introduction: Stand underneath a wind turbine and it’s easy to be awestruck. Above you is a structure as tall as a 30-story building, with turbines as large as a football field and blades rotating atContinue reading “NRDC Studies American Wind Farm Job Creation”

Economic Gains in Missouri: Danish Company to Set Up Shop in Moberly

Columbia Daily Tribune By Jodie Jackson Jr. Moberly’s economy got a double-dose of good news yesterday, just five months after the “Magic City” landed a multinational artificial sweetener manufacturer that is expected to eventually employ 600 people. The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced yesterday that Vest-Fiber, a company headquartered in Denmark, will create 50Continue reading “Economic Gains in Missouri: Danish Company to Set Up Shop in Moberly”