These articles from around the U.S. give examples of how small wind is covered today, good or bad.
MINNESOTA: Wind energy firm looks for a lift
Finance & Commerce, October 16, 2013
Selling and installing 10-kilowatt wind systems hasn't been a path to instant wealth for entrepreneur Charles Grell, owner of Cold Spring, Minn.-based Gone 2 Green Wind Energy Inc. Read on.
MASSACHUSETTS: Distributed Wind' Energy Projects Take Off In Mass.
WBJournal, October 14, 2013
No wind turbine goes up in Massachusetts without a fight. That's a key reason the Bay State ranks just 35th in wind power capacity, several industry experts argued. Read on.
RHODE ISLAND: Newport Resident Gets His Wind Energy
ecoRI News, October 6, 2013
John McNulty wasn't about to give up on a wind turbine. The 72-year-old, lifelong city resident and retired builder with a tireless mechanical mind seems to have won his fight with City Hall, as a new 39-foot-high wind turbine is on its way. Read on.
WISCONSIN: Residential solar, wind energy incentives remain on hold until 2014
Wisconsin State Journal, October 04, 2013
Wisconsin homeowners who want to install solar panels for electricity or hot water will have to wait until 2014 to apply for state rebates. The state Public Service Commission has voted to keep the Focus on Energy incentive program for residential solar and small wind power projects off-limits through December. Read on.
ILLINOIS: Elmwood students get firsthand education on wind energy from 100-foot turbine
Journal Star, October 13, 2013
Elmwood High School students returned to school this fall to discover a new feature on the grounds overlooking the football field - a slender 100-foot wind turbine. Read on.
NEBRASKA: Wind turbines generate energy for EZ Go Stores
Journal Star, October 17, 2013
They look more like futuristic weather vanes than wind turbines, but they do generate electricity for the EZ Go Store at 25th and O streets. Oklahoma-based EZ Go Store installed a pair of Energy Ball V-200 wind turbines at the store this summer and plans to install another pair at its second Lincoln location, opening around Nov. 1 at 84th Street and Windmill Drive. Read on.