Call for Abstracts Now Available
The Call for Abstracts for the tenth NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting is now available. Abstracts are due June 20. The meeting will take place the week of December 1, 2014 in Broomfield, CO, at the Omni Interlocken Resort.
AWWI Releases Summary of Wind-Wildlife Interactions
AWWI is pleased to announce the release of “Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife and their Habitats,” which summarizes what is known about the impacts of land-based wind power on wildlife in North America and the status of our knowledge regarding how to avoid and/or minimize these impacts.
Watch Recordings of Recent Webinars
The most recent NWCC webinar featured recently-released research on wind energy and grassland birds & ducks. Watch the recording and access the presentations and publications under previous webinars...
Access Wind-Wildlife Tools
Visit the tools page to access tools, including mapping and decision support tools and fatality estimators.
Explore Wind-Wildlife Resources
Visit the resources section to explore federal, state, and other wind-wildlife resources. This section provides links to information such as the U.S. DOE Wind Program and U.S. FWS wind energy development information.
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FWS Wind Energy Guidelines Training Broadcast
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is hosting a training broadcast series to cover the voluntary Land-based Wind Energy Guidelines and other relevant topics associated with wind energy. More
NWCC Research Webinars
NWCC hosts quarterly webinars on the latest in wind-wildlife research and tools. Check out the webinars page for more information.
New AWWI Website
The American Wind Wildlife Institute facilitates the NWCC. We also have a new website, which includes information about AWWI, our partners, our programs, and our tools and publications. Check it out!
Comprehensive Guide to Studying Wind Energy/Wildlife Interactions
Are you involved in designing, conducting, or requiring wind energy/wildlife interaction studies? Check out this free NWCC resource document of the Wildlife Workgroup. More
The National Wind Coordinating Collaborative is a consensus-based collaborative formed in 1994 to address sustainable development of wind power that comprises a diverse set of stakeholders. NWCC’s work is currently focused on wind and wildlife issues. More
The NWCC is co-funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind and Water Technologies Program through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI), which facilitates the NWCC.