America has an almost unlimited resource of wind blowing off our coasts and across our lands, and we can use it to power more of our lives.
The Latest on Wind power
Statement: President Biden unleashes billions for clean energy
Statement: Senate vote heralds cleaner future, safer climate
New interactive dashboard documents renewable energy growth
State directors head to White House event to celebrate climate law
Upcoming Webinar: Uniting States for 100% Renewable Energy
Renewables On The Rise Dashboard
Webinar: Uniting States for 100% Renewable Energy
States and cities going renewable
Renewables on the Rise 2021
It is now apparent that we need to take significant action in the next few years if we are to have any chance of avoiding the really significant impacts of a changing climate.Bruce Parker, Member, Environment America
We need to take significant action
New dashboard finds US wind, solar tripled over past decade
In 2021, America produced three times as much renewable electricity from the sun and the wind as in 2012.
Climate Week webinar: ‘Uniting States for 100% Renewable Energy’
Experts, state officials celebrated increased adoption of clean energy in states, discussed what’s next
Biden promises action on climate change during event at former coal plant
President Joe Biden took his campaign to slow down climate change and speed up our transition to clean energy to the site of the former Brayton Point coal-fired power plant on Wednesday. Brayton Point is now becoming a hub for the development and production of offshore wind technology. During the visit, he announced a new program to develop offshore wind power in the Gulf of Mexico for the first time and indicated that his administration would propose additional executive actions to tackle climate change in the coming days.
Public Support for Offshore Wind Plan in California
More than 25 individuals commented in support of ambitious offshore wind goals at a recent California Energy Commission meeting.
Offshore Wind bill signed into law by Rhode Island Governor
With legislation, Rhode Island locks in plans to add enough wind power to meet nearly a third of the state's electricity.