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The Great Lakes Wind Collaborative (GLWC) is a multi-sector coalition of wind energy stakeholders working to facilitate the sustainable development of wind power in the binational Great Lakes region.
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Great Lakes transmission system helps offshore wind energy proposals
North Country Public Radio (5/15)
As the town of Cape Vincent weighs the pros and cons of a potential wind farm project, they look to neighboring Lewis County where a wind farm has simultaneously brought in millions of dollars in revenue and changed the landscape dramatically.
Illinois looks to Lake Michigan
A bill that lays the groundwork for offshore wind development in Lake Michigan has received preliminary approval in the Illinois state senate.
Senate panel backs Lake Michigan wind study
The News-Gazette (5/9)
In what was described as a first step toward developing wind energy in Lake Michigan, an Illinois Senate committee approved legislation authorizing a study to determine the best locations for wind projects in the lake.
Trade ruling may not hurt Ontario wind industry, says spokesman
Windsor Star (5/7)
A World Trade Organization ruling Monday that made-in-Ontario provisions in the province’s Green Energy Act contravene international guidelines may not be that damaging.
Muskegon's Andrie Inc. barge crew in Cleveland helping development of Great Lakes' first wind farm
Muskegon Chronicle (5/6)
The Andrie crew will be working in Lake Erie the next two weeks to test the Lake Erie bottom for potential deployment of wind turbines. The Cleveland wind farm would be the first on the Great Lakes.
GVSU wind buoy launched for third year of research on Lake Michigan northwest of Muskegon pierhead
Muskeon Chronicle (5/4)
The buoy will continue collecting wind speed and direction information at various heights above the Lake Michigan surface through early December depending on weather conditions.
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