Planning for Wind Energy
Suzanne Rynne, Larry Flowers, Eric Lantz, Erica Heller
American Planning Association, 2011 - Political Science - 135 pages
Communities across the country want to take advantage of wind energy. But how? Planning for Wind Energy gives communities the tools to get started. It describes the benefits, debunks the myths, and provides point-by-point checklists for incorporating wind energy into planning and zoning. Real-world case studies share success stories and lessons learned from communities where wind energy is already at work. This practical guide will put wind power within reach for cities, counties and regions across the United States. Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy
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