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Home  >  Energy Alternatives  >   Locally Owned Renewable Energy Facilities (Summary)

Locally Owned Renewable Energy Facilities


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By Cathy Svejkovsky

Published 2007

Updated 2007

© NCAT

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Introduction

This publication discusses locally owned renewable energy facilities—the benefits they provide to local economies and potential challenges of developing such a facility. It describes common business models, profiles several successful facilities, and provides resources for more information.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Economic Benefits
Business Models
Challenges
Recommendations
Case Studies
     Minwind Energy
     Mid-Missouri Energy
     SoyMor Biodiesel LLC
     Our Wind Co-op
References
Resources

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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