Planning for solar and wind development can be a long and complicated process for communities and local officials. Interested in how others have approached the process and the impacts of existing projects? These fact sheets and case studies explore key issues of the project development process.
Communities around the state have planned for and developed wind and solar energy projects on rural, urban, and brownfield sites. The lessons learned during these processes are applicable to future projects in a variety of settings. These fact sheets and case studies will answer common questions about renewable energy development and help you understand how communities across Michigan plan for clean energy.