American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)

InfluenceMap Score
A
Performance Band
93%
Organisation Score
Modifications to InfluenceMap Scoring
Sector:
Energy
Head​quarters:
Washington DC, United States

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is lobbying in support of ambitious climate change policy across the United States. AWEA New York GHG emissions reductions in line with a 2°C climate target, and has made multiple statements suggesting for the Paris Agreement. The American Wind Energy Association appears to support all major strands of US climate legislation, including the in 2015-16. AWEA actively promotes US renewable energy legislation, advocating in support of the federal wind production and New York GHG emissions reductions in line with a 2°C climate target, and has made multiple statements suggesting for the Paris Agreement. The American Wind Energy Association appears to support all major strands of US climate legislation, including the in 2015-16. AWEA actively promotes US renewable energy legislation, advocating in support of the federal wind production and Ohio. AWEA advocated to increase the throughout 2014-17, including opposing measures to cut the . AWEA has further communicated support for emissions trading of the Clean Power Plan, in 2017. AWEA further proposals related to the Clean Power Plan and for multiple state-level energy efficiency the rule in a 2014 consultation, as well as through state-level renewable portfolio standards, campaigning in 2015-17 in support of such standards for multiple states including standards. AWEA is an active supporter , of measures to decarbonize the power sector and its CEO New York GHG emissions reductions in line with a 2°C climate target, and has made multiple statements suggesting for the Paris Agreement. The American Wind Energy Association appears to support all major strands of US climate legislation, including the in 2015-16. AWEA actively promotes US renewable energy legislation, advocating in support of the federal wind production and Ohio. AWEA advocated to increase the throughout 2014-17, including opposing measures to cut the . AWEA has further communicated support for emissions trading of the Clean Power Plan, in 2017. AWEA further proposals related to the Clean Power Plan and for multiple state-level energy efficiency the rule in a 2014 consultation, as well as through state-level renewable portfolio standards, campaigning in 2015-17 in support of such standards for multiple states including standards. AWEA is an active supporter , of measures to decarbonize the power sector and its CEO New York GHG emissions reductions in line with a 2°C climate target, and has made multiple statements suggesting for the Paris Agreement. The American Wind Energy Association appears to support all major strands of US climate legislation, including the in 2015-16. AWEA actively promotes US renewable energy legislation, advocating in support of the federal wind production and Ohio. AWEA advocated to increase the throughout 2014-17, including opposing measures to cut the . AWEA has further communicated support for emissions trading of the Clean Power Plan, in 2017. AWEA further proposals related to the Clean Power Plan and for multiple state-level energy efficiency the rule in a 2014 consultation, as well as through state-level renewable portfolio standards, campaigning in 2015-17 in support of such standards for multiple states including standards. AWEA is an active supporter , of measures to decarbonize the power sector and its CEO Tom Kiernan is vocal in promoting the growth of wind power capacity as a means to achieve this. In 2017 AWEA has further criticized measures to introduce US subsidies for coal and nuclear power plants and called on North Carolina’s governor to veto a bill placing a moratorium on wind development in the state. InfluenceMap is aware of AWEA's recent rebranding into the American Clean Power Association, and will change this portfolio's information accordingly as a full update of the entity's engagement with climate policy is carried out in the near future.

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Main Web Site Social Media CDP Responses Legislative Consultations Media Reports CEO Messaging Financial Disclosures
Communication of Climate Science
NS 2 NA 2 2 2 NA
Alignment with IPCC on Climate Action
1 2 NA 2 2 1 NA
Supporting the Need for Regulations
NS NS NA 2 NS NS NA
Support of UN Climate Process
NS 1 NA NS 1 1 NA
Transparency on Legislation
2 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Carbon Tax
NS NS NA NS NS NS NA
Emissions Trading
NS NS NA 2 NS NS NA
Energy and Resource Efficiency
NS 2 NA 2 2 NS NA
Renewable Energy
2 2 NA 2 2 2 NA
Energy Transition & Zero Carbon Technologies
1 2 NA 2 2 2 NA
GHG Emission Regulation
1 2 NA 2 2 2 NA
Disclosure on Relationships
0 NS NA NA NA NA NA