Energy Foundation, Community Wind 101: A Primer for Policymakers (Patrick Mazza, September 2008) “Community Wind 101 is intended as a primer on community wind for policymakers and clean energy advocates, based on a survey and synopsis of the best literature in the field.”
Northwest Community Energy. “This site focuses on Community Energy in the Northwest, meaning development of these clean resources with substantial community ownership and involvement.
Project size can vary widely, especially given the range of efficiency and renewable technologies, but historically these projects have been up to 20 megawatts, or roughly $20 million in cost.”
Northwest SEED. “Northwest SEED works to establish a clean, diverse, and affordable Northwest energy system based on efficient use of renewable resources, with maximum local control and ownership of energy assets”
Wind Farmers Network (Windustry) (“a discussion forum for those interested in wind power to exchange ideas and information about wind power resources, economics, technology, and how to develop a wind project. Feel free to ask a question in one of our forums. An expert in wind power will post a response shortly.”)