SCEO Wind Energy Report Published

From the South Carolina Energy Office (view original link here):
Wind Energy Production Farms Feasibility Study Committee
South Carolina Act 318 of 2008 created a committee to review, study, and make recommendations regarding the feasibility of windmill farms in the state including, but not limited to, whether South Carolina is a suitable site for wind production on land or in offshore areas, the economic and environmental impact to the state, and the cost of wind farm installation and operation in the state.
The committee submitted a report with recommendations to the General Assembly and the Governor on January 1, 2010. The committee met five times in 2009 on the following dates (all meetings were open to the public):
April 20, 1pm – 4pm – Overview of SC Wind Research, 209 Gressette Office Building, Columbia, SC
July 13, 1pm – 4pm – Overview of Economic Impact, 209 Gressette Office Building, Columbia, SC
September 21, 1pm – 4pm – Overview of Environmental Impact, 209 Gressette Office Building, Columbia, SC
October 12 – 6-8pm – Public Comment Hearing, Baruch Institute, 177 Hobcaw Road, Georgetown, SC
December 11, 1pm – 4pm – Review of Findings, 209 Gressette Office Building, Columbia, SC
The committee took public comments through Monday, December 1, 2009.
The committee was composed of:
Senator Paul Campbell, Jr. – Chair
Senator C. Bradley Hutto
Senator Daniel B. Verdin, III
Representative Paul Agnew
Representative McLain “Mac” Toole
Representative Nelson Hardwick
Commissioner Earl Hunter
Mr. Roger Schonewald
Mr. Robert Leitner
Mr. Hamilton Davis
Mr. John Boyd
To See the Final Report click here