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EDF Renewable Energy announces partnership with Procter & Gamble to provide America’s iconic household brands with 100% wind energy

Procter & Gamble’s (P&G) iconic Fabric & Home Care brands, such as Tide and Dawn, will be made with 100% wind power thanks to a new partnership with EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE).

EDF RE Boosts Origination with OwnEnergy Acquisition

EDF Renewable Energy has closed its acquisition of OwnEnergy, including the Brooklyn, N.Y.based shop’s 2 GW development pipeline of wind assets in 18 states.

EDF Renewable Energy Acquires OwnEnergy

SAN DIEGO, Calif. and BROOKLYN, New York (August 25, 2015) – EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) today announced that it has closed the acquisition of OwnEnergy, Inc.

Giant Wind Turbines Could Boost US Renewable Energy Production by Planetsave featuring Jacob Susman

A new report from the US Department Of Energy entitled “Enabling Wind Pow

YieldCos a wind energy game changer

One of a new series highlighting insights from the WINDPOWER 2015 Conference & Exhibition – in the words of the experts themselves.

US Wind Power To Grow Six-Fold By 2050 Thanks To Bigger, Better Wind Turbines for International Business Time featuring Jacob Susman

U.S. wind power is expected to grow more than six-fold over the next few decades, providing enough juice to light up nearly 100 million homes.

Wind company to make changes for endangered Indiana bat by NCPR featuring PJ Saliterman

May 04, 2015 — Wind farms are popping up in rural areas of northern New York. Wind energy does not burn fossil fuels or emit greenhouse gases.

2015 looks grim for wind energy. How will the industry adapt? Utility Dive featuring Jacob Susman

The final say from Congress on wind’s production tax credit set off a frantic scramble that will last through New Year’s Eve.

Lame Duck Preview: Will Congress extend tax credits for wind? By Utility DIVE featuring Jacob Susman

The year-ending struggle to get wind subsidies extended in Congress may by now seem almost routine, but with the GOP regaining control of the Senate last week, this year's bout could be more critic