Resources for Wind Projects in Local Michigan Communities
About The Michigan Energy Office
The U.S. Department of Energy provides each state with a grant to operate a State Energy Office. The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) educates, assists and provides resources to Michigan consumers (i.e. citizens, businesses, local governments and non-profit organizations) to help them effectively capitalize on their energy efficiency and renewable energy-related assets.
Michigan Wind Energy Resources
The "Resources for Wind Projects in Local Michigan Communities" website is designed specifically to help local decision makers enhance their ability to effectively combine innovation with intent and capacity to capitalize on their local energy assets.
For additional information regarding wind energy in Michigan, please review the links below:
Introduction, history, and resources on wind energy in Michigan
On-shore wind zoning guidelines and siting information
Great Lakes Wind Council, Great Lakes Wind Collaborative (GLWC), on other resources for Michigan off-shore wind
Wind and health, Michigan State University and Wind Zoning, Public Engagement, and Michigan Wind Farms resources
WIND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Resources, financing tools, and development groups for Michigan wind businesses
EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATION
Wind-related jobs and employment opportunities