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DOE Funds Distributed Wind Policy Comparison Tool Update

DOE Funds Distributed Wind Policy Comparison Tool Update

Date: 10/22/2012

Comparing the combined impact of current state and federal policies for small-scale wind and exploring the best ways to expand markets is now easier with a recent facelift of the Distributed Wind Policy Comparison Tool, thanks to additional U.S. Department of Energy funding. The just-released Version 2.0 of the tool includes several noteworthy updates reflecting changes in market conditions, refined assumptions, and improved user interface elements. Users are encouraged to provide feedback on further updates and suggestions for additional ways the tool can be improved.

This information was last updated on 10/22/2012

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