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Siting Wind Energy Facilities: What do Local Elected Officials Need to Know?

Siting Wind Energy Facilities: What do Local Elected Officials Need to Know?

Date: 3/11/2013

The Environmental Law Institute published Siting Wind Energy Facilities: What do Local Elected Officials Need to Know?, a guide for local elected officials that discusses wind facility location; site safety and security; setbacks from property lines and buildings; shadow flicker; electromagnetic interference; decommissioning; and visual, sound, road, and wildlife impacts.

This information was last updated on 3/11/2013

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