Akron-Westfield Community School District, Akron IA: Community Wind Project installed a 600kW turbine in 1999.
There are three turbines in Algona, Iowa owned by a consortium of municipal utilities.
Schoolyards and Wind Turbines: Bureau Valley School District Gets a Turbine
CARLETON COLLEGE has a 350-foot tall mascot that is setting a new trend among universities.
In an effort to capture the impact of the Alternate Energy Revolving Loan Program (AERLP) posted a number of project case studies online
Eldora-New Providence Community Schools, Eldora, IA: Community Wind Project, Writing, Wind Energy & Arithmetic Construction of the Eldora-New Providence wind turbine.
Many cooperatives in the Midwest have been hesitant to venture into wind energy, but Sean Middleton, Manager of Engineering at the Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative (IREC), wanted to show them that it can be done
Gary Kizior installed a 10 kW Bergey turbine in December 2002, replacing his old Whisper 3 kW machine. This project was among the first small turbines in the state to receive a grant through the Illinois Renewable Energy Resources Grant Program.
Lamar Light and Power in Lamar, Colorado and partnered the Arkansas River Power Authority (ARPA) to develop their community wind project.
Macalester installed a 10kw Urban Wind Turbine on-campus April 23, 2003.
Two turbines were installed in 2001 on old sewer spray fields to help power Mackinaw City, Michigan.
Minwind I & II are two innovative farmer-owned utility scale wind project in Luverne, MN.
he Minwind projects are a series of nine farmer-owned wind projects near the town of Luverne in southwestern Minnesota.
Pipestone-Jasper School District,installed a 750kW turbine in late 2003. Case Study by the Clean Energy Resource Teams
Proctor High School's 20kW turbine went online in October 2006.
Report by The Minnesota Project draws policy recommendations from three compelling Midwestern case studies
Since the late 1990s through to date (2010), the tribe has been actively developing wind projects on the Rosebud Reservation.
Sacred Heart Monastery began producing electricity from wind turbines in 1997.
The Kas Brothers of Woodstock, MN were the first farmers in the country to own their own utility-scale turbines.
This 100 MW wind farm was organized by a group of local landowners, and sold to PPM Energy for development, although the LLC members have retained some equity in the project.
The University of Minnesota, Morris has utility scale windpower.
Waverly Light & Power (WLP) was the first utility in the Midwest to invest in wind energy with an 80 kW turbine in 1993.
A pioneering ‘for-profit’ co-op with a mandate to provide renewable electricity to the people of Ontario through community ownership.
Missouri River Energy Services put up four turbines near Worthington, MN.