US Wind Energy Project Site Selection Conference


Boston, MA - The US Wind Energy Project Site Selection will unite the entire wind energy development community all under one roof. This is the only event that is 100% dedicated to the development of US wind industry.

You'll get to network with the highest level of delegates, and attract global business attention through Wind Energy Update's ever-expanding worldwide network of attendees, and thrown into the bargain, you'll also get answers to all the challenges you face on a day to day basis by talking with over 200 of your peers.

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Small Wind Energy State Rebate Programs

Some states have rebates for Small Wind Energy Systems, and the number of programs have increased with funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

If your state is not listed below, then check the the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE) web site to review programs for your state.


Emerging Renewables Program
California Energy Commission - Consumer Energy Center


Solar And Wind Energy Rebate Program
Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity


Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program
Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust


Minnesota Small Wind Turbine Rebate for Residences
Minnesota Office of Energy Security

New Jersey

Renewable Energy Incentive Program
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program

New York

On-Site or Small Wind Incentives
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority


Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency

Massachusetts Community-Scale Wind Initiative Funding

March 26, 2010 - 2:07pm -- Anonymous

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's (MassCEC) Community-Scale Wind Initiative awards grants for qualifying wind projects with a nameplate capacity greater than or equal to 100 kilowatts (kW.) A project is eligible for funding if it is located at a commercial, industrial, institutional, or public site, and if the electric system will be served by a Massachusetts investor-owned electric utility company or a Municipal Light Plant Department that pays into the Renewable Energy Trust Fund.

SIG Field Trip event- A tour of the Hull Wind turbine


TiE Boston and the CleanTech SIG once again present the unusual but very popular SIG Field Trip event- A tour of the Hull Wind turbine, featuring catered lunch on a YACHT as we sail to Hull!

The town of Hull hosts one of the premier coastal Wind Power facilities in the United States, earning a recent Department of Energy Wind Power Pioneer award for the program that provides more than 10% of Hull's energy needs.

Sign up now for this exclusive (and fun!) tour of Hull Wind 1, a 660-kilowatt wind turbine that is part of this innovative clean energy program!

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Massachusetts Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program

The Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program assists responsibly sited wind energy projects of all scales in achieving successful and timely installations, while also supporting Governor Patrick’s goal of having 2,000 megawatts (MW) of wind power capacity installed in the Commonwealth by 2020. The Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program (CommWind) provides rebate, grant, and loan funding for the installation of wind projects in Massachusetts. Funding is available for residential, commercial, industrial, and public facilities that are customers of investor-owned electric distribution utilities or Municipal Light Plant Departments that pay into the Renewable Energy Trust.


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