This guidebook was created by Charles Kubert for the Environmental Law and Policy Center in 2004. It talks about business models, sources of equity, grant and loan programs, incentives, and power purchase agreements for community wind projects. You'll find it online on the ELPC website.
The Oregon Energy Trust, in collaboration with NW SEED, developed a Community Wind guidebook in 2006. This 106-page book introduces the basic concepts behind community wind development and is available on the Energy Trust of Oregon web site.
Since the late 1990s through to date (2010), the tribe has been actively developing wind projects on the Rosebud Reservation.
A pioneering ‘for-profit’ co-op with a mandate to provide renewable electricity to the people of Ontario through community ownership.
The Kas Brothers of Woodstock, MN were the first farmers in the country to own their own utility-scale turbines.
he Minwind projects are a series of nine farmer-owned wind projects near the town of Luverne in southwestern Minnesota.
Minwind I & II are two innovative farmer-owned utility scale wind project in Luverne, MN.
The University of Minnesota, Morris has utility scale windpower.
CARLETON COLLEGE has a 350-foot tall mascot that is setting a new trend among universities.
Pipestone-Jasper School District,installed a 750kW turbine in late 2003. Case Study by the Clean Energy Resource Teams