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Wind Power: Permitting in Your Community

"After the wind resource and project site have been determined and the community outreach effort has been started, the next step is to apply for the necessary permits.

The primary permits needed to construct most community– scale wind power projects will be the local permits: building, zoning, and/or conservation, as applicable to a specific site. Additionally, the project will need to be filed with the FAA and with the operators of the New England electrical grid. Depending on the site, other permits may come into play.

This document outlines these basic permits and also lists other authorities that may have jurisdiction over community–scale wind power projects. This fact-sheet focuses on land–based commuity scale wind power projects with medium or large turbines."

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Wind Power Permitting In Communities

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JAN 1 1970
http://www.windaction.org/posts/138-wind-power-permitting-in-your-community
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