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The Great Lakes Wind Collaborative (GLWC) is a group established to build consensus and identify and address issues affecting the planning, development, and operation of wind power facilities in the Great Lakes region. The group provides a forum for dialogue and an opportunity for analysis and exchange of information among key stakeholders to facilitate sustainable wind power development in the region. The GLWC reaches across sectors and disciplines to identify and address the technical, environmental, regulatory, educational and financial issues related to the deployment of wind energy resources. Members include representatives from a broad spectrum of interests throughout the Great Lakes region.


Economic Development and Transmission
Siting and Mapping
Offshore Wind

Voluntary Contributions

Contribution Letter and Printable Form

Online Contribution Form

Annual Workplan

2010-2011 GLWC Workplan and Projects That Need Funding 

Other Pages

Meeting & Conference Summaries

Wind Energy Bibilography 

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