Planning for wind energy gives communities the tools to get started it describes the benefits debunks the myths and provides point by point checklists for incorporating wind energy into planning and zoning real world case studies share success stories and lessons learned from communities where wind energy is already at work. Planning for wind energy pas report 566 recognizing the environmental and economic benefits of clean domestic energy production communities across the country want to take advantage of wind energy this new report gives planners the tools they need to help strengthen local wind energy policies. Communities across the country want to put the wind to work this results focused pas report shows how to make wind energy a powerful part of land use planning. Wind energy systems require municipal land use approval in addition to federal provincial environmental assessment and licensing clear land use planning policies and development standards at the municipal level will address the issue of uncertainty for both wind energy developers and the general public 11 purpose of this paper. Report to the planning advisory committee date july 21 2005 re wind turbines recommendations i that zoning by law 8600 be amended to permit small wind systems on the following basis add to section 7 definitions a small wind system means a wind energy electrical generating system consisting of a bladed turbine and supporting structure and all appurtenant electrical and mechanical systems
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