Liz Hartman is the Communications Lead for DOE’s Wind Energy Technologies Office, and formerly (2009–2016) the Communications Lead for EERE’s combined Wind and Water Power Technologies Office.
Liz is a graduate of Cornell University with a B.S. in Natural Resources and an M.P.A. in Environmental Policy.
Articles by Liz Hartman
Learn more about efforts to develop America's vast offshore wind resources.Learn More
Brush up on your knowledge of wind! Get the details on a few of the lesser-known wind energy facts.Learn More
Learn about key facts related to wind turbines used in distributed applications.Learn More
Wind power capacity in the United States continued to experience strong growth in 2017.Learn More
Offshore wind turbines on the Atlantic coast (as well as the Gulf Mexico) have several challenges to contend with—including hurricanes.Learn More
This blog is part of a series that explores offshore wind technical challenges that are different in the U.S. than in other countries.Learn More
This blog is part of a series that explores offshore wind technical challenges that are different in the United States than in other countries.Learn More
New breakthroughs could cut the cost of wind energy in half by 2030—making it fully competitive with the fuel cost of natural gas.Learn More
From utility-scale wind farms to the nation’s first offshore wind project, the U.S. wind industry continued to grow in 2016.Learn More
Test your energy knowledge by checking out these surprising facts about hydropower.Learn More
The five things you should know about wind power and it's impact in the United States.Learn More
A new report evaluating the potential for offshore wind energy development across U.S. coasts found that even if only 1% of the technical resource potential is recovered, nearly 6.5 million homes could be powered by offshore wind energy.Learn More
If we harnessed America's vast, untapped offshore wind energy resources -- what would be the impact?Learn More