Indiana Renewable Energy Guide: A Guide for Local Governments

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2020-12-01

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Wind and solar energy are among the least expensive forms of electric generation in the country. Solar and wind resources are abundant throughout Indiana. Costs of both solar and wind energy systems are forecast to continue declining. Increased market activity in renewable energy development will therefore continue well into the future. This guide provides Indiana communities with a long-range perspective on utility- and community-scale solar and wind energy markets and development trends. Understanding the long-term context helps communities make informed decisions in evaluating renewable energy proposals and creating plans about how future development should happen.

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renewable energy, wind energy, solar energy, local government planning, renewable energy siting

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BY: credit must be given to the creator. NC: Only noncommercial uses of the work are permitted.

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Technical Report

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