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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 very people a forward-thinking community would want to enable:
those with the motivation and resources to generate their own clean electricity.

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Date Of Record Release 2008-11-21 17:25:02
Alternate Title Zoning Guide
Description 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 very people a forward-thinking community would want to enable:
those with the motivation and resources to generate their own clean electricity.
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Date Issued 2008-04-09
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Source American Wind Energy Association
Selector Offley
Date Of Record Creation 2008-11-21 17:22:41
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Date Last Modified 2011-04-12 15:34:24
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2011-04-12 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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