Green Jobs & Economic Development from Wind Power


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Consumer-owned utilities can use the Job and Economic Development Impact (JEDI) model developed for NREL to demonstrate the state and local economic development impacts of building wind power plants in the United States.

  JEDI compares local economic impacts for wind, coal or natural gas power plants.

Space may be limited, so reserve your space early.  To register, contact Ryan Harry; BCS, Inc. at 303-425-6800 or

Sponsored by National Rural Electric Cooperative Assoc., American Public Power Assoc.-DEED program, Western Area Power Administration, U.S. DOE Wind and Hydropower Technologies Program, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Utility Wind Integration Group, American Wind Energy Association-AWEA Utility Working Group, National Wind Coordinating Collaborative.


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