AWEA: Setbacks should promote public health and wind development

05/20/2013 | Star Press (Muncie, Ind.), The

Wind turbine setbacks proposed in Delaware County, Ind., should be reasonably evaluated using siting rules "that both protect public health and welfare and allow for economic development," said John Anderson, siting policy director at the American Wind Energy Association. "For a variety of reasons, including population density and landscape differences from community to community, siting a wind turbine cannot be solved by a one-size-fits all approach," he added.

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