Small wind planning and building successful installations provides a cohesive guide to achieving successful small wind installations from an informed expert it is a comprehensive information resource from one of the worlds most experienced small wind professionals covering all the key issues for small wind system development from site . Aid the transparency of the planning process for all concerned small wind systems have distinctive development control considerations to large wind installations such as onshore and offshore wind farms and development control officers should be informed of the specific nature and scale of the considerations which relate to small wind systems. Small wind electric systems require planning to determine if there is enough wind in your area on a consistent basis if the location for the system is appropriate for the needs of the system if zoning codes or covenants allow wind systems in your area and if the system will be economical with all of these elements taken into consideration. Small wind turbines produce very little noise they give a low whirring not much more noticeable than the noise of the wind itself however if the pole is attached to a boat vehicle or building vibration noise may be amplified resonance can be avoided by damping or altering a dimension of the support structure. The american planning association apa in partnership with the national renewable energy laboratory clarion associates and the american wind energy association and with funding from doe is working to produce a guidebook on community planning strategies for successful wind energy implementation
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