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Oregon Wind Working Group
Oregon Wind Working Group
The Department of Energy is the lead organization in the Oregon Wind Working Group (OWWG). The OWWG was formed in July 2002. It includes representatives of utilities, government agencies, environmental groups, farming and rural interests and wind industry developers. The OWWG is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of its Wind Powering America program.
The OWWG Mission Statement is:
"The Oregon Wind Working Group will be a proactive group of individuals and organizations recognized for its cooperative efforts to promote the development of wind energy in Oregon, with an emphasis on rural economic development aspects of small and medium sized wind energy projects".
Members agree to help implement the strategies, share information and resources and promote wind energy development in Oregon.
Meetings of the OWWG are open to the public. The OWWG welcomes anyone with an interest in wind power and renewable energy development in Oregon.
Would you like to keep up with what the Oregon Wind Working Group is doing? Join the Oregon Wind Working Group mailing listserv.

OWWG meeting information
European Renewable Tariffs
Energy Provisions in the Farm Bill
OWWG Action Plan
Wind Energy
OPUC Investigation regarding electricity purchases from qualifying facilities