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Celebrate American Wind Week 2018 by sharing your insights. What's blowing in wind?

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During the week of Aug 5th, Energy Central will be celebrating American Wind Week.  We invite all Energy Collective community members to join in and share any insights you have pertaining to "What's Blowing in Wind".

Share a post now, it's a breeze

Your shared post can just be highlights or bulleted talking points, it does not need to be a full-fledged article.  FYI – if you share by August 10th, your post will also be highlighted in a special newsletter issue on Aug 16th to the Energy Collective Group.  Please use the tag "American Wind Week 2018" to ensure your post is included in the newsletter! 

Need help getting started?  You can reach out to our Power Industry Network Community Coordinator Rachael Lewis at –  if your time is limited, she will even post for you!

I look forward to being "blown away" by your insights in the community! 

A little about American Wind Week

"In celebration of wind power emerging in 2017 as America’s No. 1 source of renewable energy capacity, AWEA hosted the inaugural “American Wind Week." Annually, wind companies and supporters now host a wide variety of events around the country that show how wind works for all Americans. 

Each year in August, elected officials will visit wind farms and factories across the country to show their support..."


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Rachael Lewis on Aug 7, 2018 4:52 pm GMT

As a fan of renewables, I am really looking forward to what members will have to contribute for "American Wind Week 2018".  As the Power Industry Network Coordinator, think of me as your personal concierge.  I am here to help. Contact me any time with questions or for posting assistance.

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