Offshore Wind Energy Outreach
Welcome to the Michigan Offshore Wind Outreach project page.
|A photo-simulation of an offshore wind farm six miles from the Michigan coast. Click here to see how it was done.|
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The goal of the project will be to expand the consensus on Great Lakes protection to include electricity generation.
The outreach and education plan will focus on how offshore wind energy might be able to 1) enhance the quality of the Great Lakes; and 2) enhance the quality of life of coastal communities.
For more information about the benefits, challenges and concerns about offshore wind energy development in Michigan's Great Lakes, please see our Project Documents and Handouts page.
On behalf of the project team, thank you for your interest in our project.
Erik Nordman, Principal Investigator
This project is funded with a grant from the Michigan Dept. of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth. It involves a collaboration between Grand Valley State University's Natural Resources Management Program, the Annis Water Resources Institute, the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center, and the Great Lakes Commission.
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Page last modified December 20, 2011