REWI is a groundbreaking independent nonprofit that works to solve renewable energy, wildlife, and related natural resource challenges through sound science and collaboration
To facilitate timely and responsible development of wind and solar energy while protecting wildlife and wildlife habitat
REWI conducts and supports scientific research to better understand the risks renewable energy may pose to wildlife and related natural resources and develops solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset those impacts. Built on a strong partnership of leaders, REWI works collaboratively with the renewable energy industry, conservation and science organizations, and wildlife management agencies to ensure that renewable energy and wildlife both thrive. Prior to January 2022, REWI was known as the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) with a focus on solving wind-wildlife challenges for a sustainable energy future.
Partners have made an organizational commitment to supporting wildlife conservation and responsible renewable energy development. Partners are REWI’s core champions, contributing their expertise, staff time, and financial support to advance REWI’s mission. We thank the Sustaining Partners who make REWI’s work possible: