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View Resource In the Public Interest How and Why to Permit for Small Wind Systems A Guide for State and Local Governments

The greatest challenges to small-scale renewable energy are not technical, but rather financial, political, and regulatory. Confusing, inconsistent or even absent permitting processes discourage the...

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View Resource How To Buy a Wind-Electric System

You?ve been dreaming about it for years, and now you?re ready to plunk down the cash, put concrete in the ground, and put up a tower. You understand that you need to buy a whole system, not just a w...

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View Resource Wind Turbine Buyer´s Guide

Small wind-electric systems can provide electricity on remote, off-grid sites, or right in town connected to the utility grid. Although wind systems require more maintenance and need more attention...

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View Resource Wind-Electric Systems Simplified

Wind-electric systems may be the most captivating of the three main renewable electricity technologies. Most of us just love to watch a wind turbine spin. But these systems are also the most prone to...

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View Resource Wind Generator Tower Basics

You?ve decided you want to make electricity with the wind. You have your eye on a high-quality wind generator, and you?ve chosen the balance of systems (BOS) components. What?s left is the bigge...

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