Earlier this month, an anonymous editorial was printed in the Aberdeen News praising National Wind’s community-based business model. The writer applauded National Wind for devising a method that helps to ensure local acceptance of a wind project by offering communities a financial stake.

The most appealing feature of the National Wind approach is in its capacity to overcome resistance to the concept by making the process as easy (and potentially remunerative) as possible for local residents. This is precisely what is needed to deliver America out of the wilderness of good intentions and talk into a new frontier of action.


We’d like to thank the writer for taking the time to write to the paper. It’s people like you who make our community wind model feasible. We’ll continue to develop wind projects driven by local partnerships and work toward a sustainable future for communities everywhere.

Read the rest of the editorial at the Aberdeen News.