Reports and Newsletters

VERA Renewables regularly produces reports and presentations for its clients. Below are examples products.

Holiday Hill Community Wind MassCEC Feasibility Study

The Russell Municipal Light Department (RMLD) was awarded a Feasibility Study Grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (Mass CEC) to participate in the Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program, Commercial Wind Solicitation (No. 2010-CWIP/CW-04), Round 3. Northeast Wind (a VERA business) was selected by RMLD to conduct this Feasibility Study. 

Link to report 17.1 MB

Hypothetical Wind Power Potential on Public Lands in Vermont

VERA prepared a report in December 2003 for the Vermont Department of Public Service (VDPS) documenting hypothetical wind power potential on Vermont's public lands. The report was commissioned in recognition of the need for baseline data to guide future policy, planning, and land-use management.

Link to report 1.9 MB

Wind Power Newsletters and Factsheets

Periodic newsletters chronicle the development of the various projects of our clients in the region, as well as provide general information and education around wind energy technology and development issues.

Georgia Mountain Community Wind Factsheet 936 KB

Kingdom Community Wind Factsheet 228 KB

Vermont Wind Energy Resource Assessment

In 2002, VERA, together with the VDPS, Green Mountain Power Corporation, and NRG Systems conducted a wind resource assessment for Vermont. The goal of this project was to gather wind resource data which would further the development of wind energy projects in the state.

Link to report 697 KB

Utility-Scale Wind Energy Planning Resources

In 2002, VERA partnered with the VDPS and others to carry out the Wind Siting Consensus Building Project. The intent of this project was to build consensus on the appropriate siting of utility-scale wind energy in Vermont, with special attention to the aesthetic impact of these facilities on Vermont's scenic landscape. The project was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy and administered by the Vermont Department of Public Service. Partners in the project included VERA, Renewable Energy Vermont, and the Woodbury Dispute Resolution Center.

Link to report 171 KB

Wind and Biomass Integration Scenarios in Vermont

In 2002, VERA utilized its mapping technology to develop wind power maps for a U.S. Department of Energy study designed in part to determine the extent to which Vermont can support increased wind energy development.

Link to report 37 KB

View the VERA-developed maps:

Hypothetical Class A Wind Turbine "Strings" after land use & environmental exclusions 1.5 MB
Hypothetical Class B Wind Turbine "Strings" after land use & environmental exclusions 1.5 MB
Class A Wind Turbine "Strings" with Shaded Relief and Transmission Lines 1.3 MB
Class B Wind Turbine "Strings" with Shaded Relief and Transmission Lines 2.2 MB


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