Harvesting Utah's Urban Winds
The Solutions Journal
Utah’s first commercial wind power project, located in the city of Spanish Fork, faced stiff opposition at every turn. Developers had to deal with changing and inconsistent city and state policies, siting and pricing roadblocks, a fickle investor, and resistance from nearby residents—virtually all at the same time. The success story in Spanish Fork provides some lessons for how to get urban communities to accept and encourage local wind energy development.
Hartman, C.; Stafford, Edwin R.; and Reategui, S., "Harvesting Utah's Urban Winds" (2011). Management Faculty Publications. Paper 191.