The FAA has a very nice long range radar tool where you can enter the latitude and longitude of any point in the U.S. and find out if development in that area will significantly impact radar operations. Check out your site today!
MidAmerican Energy offers a virtual video tour of a wind farm on their website. You can tour various stages and elements of wind energy development from wind resource assessment to installation to interconnection. Enjoy the tour!
The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) is a multi-state coalition of clean energy funds. Sixteen states across the U.S. have established funds to promote renewable energy and clean energy technologies.
On PBS's That Money Show, Dan Juhl, a wind developer from Minnesota, talks about community wind development and the benefits it brings to farmers and landowners in rural areas. Aired January, 2001.
Note: To view this, you must have RealPlayer video software, which can be downloaded for free from www.real.com
The Renewable Energy Policy Project provides numerous publications on wind energy in the United States, including information on economic development, property values, distributed generation, permitting, and wind cooperatives.
Renew Wisconsin's Small Wind Toolbox is an excellent database of small wind turbine technical articles and forms for installing turbines in Wisconsin. It also includes a practical handbook that walks you through the steps of installing a small wind turbine.
The Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE) is a comprehensive database of incentives for wind and other forms of renewable energy. It is a great resource for up-to-date policy information.
Wisconsin's Focus on Energy works with eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install cost effective energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. It is a partnership of organizations that offers information, resources, and incentives to help implement projects.