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Wind turbines provide clean energy primarily through utility-scale projects in rural communities. The past few decades have seen a surge of wind energy development in the state of Michigan as technology and new policies have opened up more and more farmland. Is a new wind energy development right for your community?
Utility-scale wind energy projects are being sited on rural lands across the state to produce clean energy for residents and businesses. As larger and larger wind turbines are proposed in local communities, governments and residents need to develop policies that are right for their community. These resources will help you prepare, plan, and zone for wind energy production in your community.