Resources from our Library

This page contains a selection of information resources for the states in the MWEC region.  To search through our full collection of resources, visit Windustry's Wind Library.


Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Distributed Wind Power

This article is part of the Energy.gov series highlighting the “Top Things You Didn’t Know About…” and was written by Alice OrrellEnergy Analyst, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The original article can be found here.

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Indiana Small Wind Webinar: Slides & Video

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In early 2016, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) was fully approved by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) for a second round of their voluntary feed-in tariff (VFIT). We are calling it the NIPSCO VFIT 2.0.

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US EPA Decision Tree Tool Webinar

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The RE-Powering America Electronic Decision Tree tool guides interested parties through a process to screen sites for their suitability for solar photovoltaics or wind installations.

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Landscape Assessment Tool from AWWI and The Nature Conservancy

The American Wind-Wildlife Institute (AWWI) and The Nature Conservancy collaborated and made a fantastic resource for assessing land for wind projects.  This interactive map includes wind power, wind projects, wildlife habitats, and environmentally sensitive areas.

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Wind Energy Permit Toolkit

The Northwest Wind Resource & Action Center (another Regional Resource Center for Wind) has published the Wind Energy Permit Toolkit.  This document offers solutions and case studies on many different aspects of permitting.

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US DOE Releases 2014 Annual Studies

The US Department of Energy has released two major annual studies:

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Slides & Video from Wind Vision Webinar

We have the slides and video available from our recent MWEC webinar about the Wind Vision report, given by Rich Tusing.


Slides & Video from Public Acceptance Webinar

We have the slides and video available from our recent MWEC webinar, Social Acceptance of Wind, given by Eric Lantz.


Enabling Wind Power Nationwide

This US Department of Energy report shows how the United States can unlock the vast potential for wind energy deployment in all 50 states—made possible through the next-generation of larger wind turbines. It highlights wind energy’s potential to generate electricity even in states with no utility-scale wind energy development today.  

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