• Anonymous

    I work for Windustry, a MN-based non-profit that promotes and supports community wind energy nation-wide. We’ve seen many projects dealing with similar hurdles, and are always curious to see how different projects deal with getting their hands on a turbine.

    We’re hosting the only national conference that deals with community wind next month in Albany, NY. It’s a great chance for community wind folks to meet, chat, and network, as well as learn about new strategies for putting together a community wind project. More info on the webpage: http://www.windustry.org/cwe2008.

    –Marin

  • Tim Hurst

    Thanks, Marin. I hope to be attending the community wind conference.

    -Tim

  • Simmons

    Awesome site – I’ve added you to my (green) blogroll. I’d appreciate it if you linked back. Thanks!

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