This Wind is Mine

Timlynn Babitsky | Wind Power Basics | Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

by Timlynn Babitsky
If you are sure that a wind project is in your future expect to do a great deal of homework. You must quickly become an ‘expert’ on everything related to your project. Unless you are already a wind expert, what do you need to know?

There are so many issues related to any particular wind project, you must first select your project model and then study every piece of information you can find to prepare to meet potential stakeholders, allies and resistors.

Take time to immerse yourselves in the whole A to Z of issues, requirements, incentives, etc., surrounding the type of project you are planning to install

There are many resources on line to help you but the two that will probably answer most of your basic questions by visiting their respective websites are Windustry and Wind Powering America.

Windustry offers a very easy to access, user friendly website that lays out in plain English and not too technical language all of the basic information in easily digestible chunks.

Wind Powering America is the whole enchilada.

Both sites should be bookmarked in your Wind Project Community Organizing browser folder. You will come back to them again and again, as the go-to websites for everything you need to know.

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