- Message From the CEO
Big changes are needed in four key areas to create future markets, enable long-term planning and investment, and provide a new “north star” for our economy.
Guest author Abby Arnold of the American Wind Wildlife Institute explores the collaboration between the wind industry and the conservation community.
In November 2019, Apex held a blade-signing event for the Aviator Wind community in Texas. National Geographic photographer Kenton Rowe was on the ground to capture construction, the blade signing, and the faces of the landowners and project partners—owner Ares Management and power buyers Facebook and McDonald’s—that are making Aviator possible.
The Commonwealth of Virginia Embraces Wind and Solar
Apex Sponsors MIT-based Ron Brown Scholar
Apex Featured on PBS NewsHour
Apex Vice President Neil James Testifies Before U.S. House Subcommittee
A new Apex program offers local vendors an opportunity to capitalize on construction.
WRISE Members Drive Progressive Advances in a Traditional Industry Sector
Optimism lies beneath the cynicism in the nation's capital.
A Q&A with Apex’s Chris Weatherford on Constructing Michigan’s Largest Wind Project
Apex is advancing a project of unprecedented scope in Michigan.
Apex crafts agreements for ESG-focused corporates to accelerate the fulfillment of their clean energy goals.
Elected officials share the stories of permitting wind projects in their communities.
One Woman’s Fifteen-Year Quest to Stop the Cycle of Rural Decline
Apex’s internal GIS team maps the wind.
The Apex Engineering and Construction team rises above the Gulf Coast’s historic rains.
Apex reaches a significant safety milestone.
Apex Clean Energy Presented with 2019 Safety and Health Gold Achievement Award
The arctic weather proved no match for the Hoopeston Wind facility.
Hoopeston Wind and Grand Prairie Friends partner to restore bat populations in central Illinois.
The Lone Star State continues to dominate the new energy economy.
The importance of local engagement in bringing a utility-scale wind project to life has skyrocketed.
Renewable energy can help solve one of this generation’s escalating global crises.
Apex and Alliant Energy Help Chart a New Course for Everly, Iowa
Rocky Forge Wind is a win-win for the Commonwealth’s electric grid and rural economic development.
The Blue Ridge Scout Reservation looks forward to being the first in the nation to host a wind farm.
Apex sponsors students competing in the National KidWind Challenge.
The honor recognizes Apex’s dedication and leadership throughout the industry.
The groundbreaking joint venture is taking bold steps to open commercial-scale development in Indian Country.
Bringing Our Core Values to Life in the Built Environment
In the fall of 2017, Apex worked with National Geographic photographer Kenton Rowe to capture several operating wind projects, the technicians who manage them, and the farmers (and, naturally, the livestock) who live among the turbines.
Apex incentives help accelerate the shift to clean energy in employees’ homes.
Wind and solar are complementary for managing “peak-demand” costs.
Apex partners with the Sioux Nation to harness the wind.
Young now leads the Apex team in its execution of core business operations.
Guest author Cole Smith shares his experience winning the national KidWind competition in California.
A Change to Benefit Generations of Iowans
Apex responds to Hurricane Harvey.
More than just a low price.
Michiganders select Apex to develop wind energy in their community.
Wind is the country’s largest source of renewable energy and the fourth-largest source overall.
The award honors Old Settler Wind for its innovative financing structure.
Young and old, these Buckeyes understand the benefits of wind power.
The solar and wind farms ensure Fort Hood’s energy security and save millions of dollars.
A certain subset of the population is particularly well suited for the high-pressure environment of Apex’s Remote Operations Control Center.
Meet Ovi Atkinson, who lives and farms alongside the Cameron Wind facility on the Texas Gulf Coast.
An Apexer on what it means to be a Buckeye.
The award salutes Apex’s achievements in bringing cost savings, energy security, and clean power to the largest military installation in the world.
How deals under 50 MW can work for your company.
Kay Wind Recognized for Wind Farm Team of the Year at Wind Operations and Management Conference
The city’s best-kept secret is its thriving renewable energy sector.
House Bill 114 represents an opportunity to reset the state's current approach and unlock significant investment.
A video interview with Apex’s Steve Vavrik highlights trends in the year ahead for corporate renewable energy purchasing.
Staffers descended on the district for Wind Power on Capitol Hill.
Wind energy is the perfect fit for the new Virginia economy.
Facility managers at Kay Wind met with Air Evac to establish safety protocols and foster community.
An Interview with Sandy Reisky
Apex has retired nearly 2,000 renewable energy certificates through conference sponsorships.
The Asset Management team at Cotton Plains Wind in Texas presented deputies with $4,500 for bulletproof vests.
Apex representative elected to the American Wind Wildlife Institute board of directors.
Wind turbines are at increased risk of lightning strikes, and early damage detection is a crucial way to cut costs from lightning damage. Apex has addressed the issue with a new, proprietary system.
The story of Apex’s power purchase agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency–Energy and Fort Hood, which involves the Army’s largest single renewable energy project to date.
Apex identifies unique financial solutions, such as the proxy revenue swap, to manage energy risk for its investors.
How Apex plans to leverage the power of group purchasing for corporate renewable energy buyers.
Apex is a leading pioneer of implementing modern, proactive clean energy asset management strategies, including platforms to address turbine performance and profitability.
Meet the Merz family, who live and work alongside the operating Kay Wind facility in Oklahoma.