GPCOG is working with farmers and rural small businesses statewide on the development of Community Wind through an education and outreach campaign including one-on-one technical assistance, workshops and webinars on the “how to” of developing community wind projects.
Benefits of Community Wind:
- Lowers long-term energy costs;
- Enhances energy independence;
- Increases farm revenues;
- Keeps energy dollars local; and
- Improves local energy reliability
Our Team Is Providing:
- One-on-one technical assistance;
- Informative fact sheets on the wind power development process;
- Educational workshops including;
- Advice on securing federal renewable energy grants to get your project off the ground;
- and more!
Click here for our Public Policy Fact Sheet: Maximizing Incentives for Community Wind Power
We have developed a series of 20 informative Fact Sheets that will guide you through the community wind power development process. (Click on the Fact Sheet titles below to access this information.)
For more information contact Jennifer Puser Brennan with GPCOG at email@example.com or 774-9891. Or contact Sue Jones with Windependence/Community Energy Partners at firstname.lastname@example.org or 751-0749.