GLWC to identify best practices to accelerate wind power projects in Great Lakes

From Great Lakes Wind Collaborative Winter newsletter. New York is among those states looking to exploit the wind rich Great Lakes to generate electricity.  Nominate a “best practice” by sending an email to

In fall 2009, the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative Commission was awarded $99,740 from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind and Hydropower Technologies Program to identify and promote Best Practices to Accelerate Wind Power in the Great Lakes Region and Beyond. The project will identify and promote the policies and practices to increase market acceptance of wind across the region. The GLWC will partner with other regional organizations to ensure that best practices developed reaches those best positioned to use them in developing policy at the state and local level. Additionally, the project will coordinate with other groups that received awards under the same funding opportunity to ensure timely and effective delivery of products and services.

via Great Lakes Wind Collaborative Quarterly Update. See also discussion of New York Power Authority’s RFP.

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