The reasons vary– some support wind for it’s job creation, some for its investment in rural America, and others because it’s a source of low-cost clean energy. Some people love wind because their kids “think it’s cool.” And we’ve heard from companies that build wind farms, turbine manufacturers, project developers, environmental advocates, wind workers, and so many more.
Here’s a look at some favorites from the last few days. And remember– there’s still time to tell us why you support American wind power. We’ll be back at the end of the week with a recap of some more highlights!
— Jay R Johnson (@LRSCwindtechs) February 14, 2018
— GroupNIRE (@GroupNIRE) February 14, 2018
— Pattern Energy (@PatternEnergy) February 14, 2018
— emilie (@emolie27) February 9, 2018
We love #wind because it has driven over $140 billion of private #investment over the past decade. Here's to #financing the next generation of wind projects! #iHeartWind #WindWorks #CohnReznickProud @AWEA pic.twitter.com/gbpkuzq31d
— CohnReznick Capital (@CR_Capital) February 14, 2018
— Blattner Energy (@BlattnerEnergy) February 14, 2018
— GE Renewable Energy (@GErenewables) February 13, 2018
To celebrate #ValentinesDay we're spreading the love for wind power with @AWEA! Here's why Teresa from Little Rock says #iheartwind. Meet more people behind wind power: https://t.co/ogElTHwosb pic.twitter.com/wouh4TSC6a
— LM Wind Power (@LMWindPower) February 14, 2018
— SE Energy-Sustain (@SchneiderESS) February 14, 2018