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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.
GLWC 6th Annual Meeting
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Great Lakes transmission system helps offshore wind energy proposals
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (6/11)
Vacationers taking the SS Badger across Lake Michigan this summer will be accompanied by oversize trailers carrying massive pieces of steel. The ship is carrying wind towers produced in Wisconsin and headed to wind farms under construction in Michigan.
Lawmakers resist wind turbines in the Great Lakes
Michigan Radio (6/10)
New legislation introduced by Republicans Greg MacMaster and Ray Franz would stop any proposed research or production of offshore wind power in the Great Lakes that border Michigan.
Michigan bill blocks lake wind farms
House Bill 4778 would prevent the state from entering into a lease or deed to site and build any offshore wind research structures or any wind turbines on submerged lands.
Niagara Falls region from above
Times Union (6/5)
A photos series depicting Niagara Falls views on June 4, 2013; and a wind farm in Lackawanna, N.Y., considered one of the largest urban renewable power developments in the world.
Wind towers headed for Michigan project
Green Bay Press Gazette (5/30)
A wind farm development in Munger, Mich., is helping keep workers busy at Broadwind Towers & Heavy Industries’ manufacturing plant on the Manitowoc River peninsula. It also is providing a nice boost of commercial traffic for the car ferry S.S. Badger.
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