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View Resource In the Public Interest How and Why to Permit for Small Wind Systems A Guide for State and Local Governments

The greatest challenges to small-scale renewable energy are not technical, but rather financial, political, and regulatory. Confusing, inconsistent or even absent permitting processes discourage the...

http://www.awea.org/_cs_upload/learnabout/smallwind/4426_1.p...
View Resource Wind-Electric Systems Simplified

Wind-electric systems may be the most captivating of the three main renewable electricity technologies. Most of us just love to watch a wind turbine spin. But these systems are also the most prone to...

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP110_pg10_Woofenden
View Resource Watts in the Wind

An off-grid solar-electric household turns to wind energy to round out their energy needs and wean themselves from wintertime generator use. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP118_pg60_Smith
View Resource Pumping Water with the Wind: Modern Historic Technology

If you need to pump water on your property and have access to reliable winds, water-pumping windmills are a worthy option. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP122_pg88_Moore
View Resource Apples & Oranges 2002: Choosing a Home-Sized Wind Generator

Wind guru Mick Sagrillo has compiled his fourth “Apples & Oranges” article to help you choose a home-sized wind generator. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP90_pg50_Sagrillo
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