power is abundantly available over Lake Erie and, unlike fossil fuels, is not exhausted over time.
The Kent Environmental Council has, since 1970, stood for the protection of the environment and all of its biological diversity.
Wind power does not contribute to climate instability, but rather promotes a new power generating application that has been shown to be clean, safe and effective throughout Europe and around the world.
Like energy from solar generation, the cost of wind energy and wind turbine installation has dropped dramatically and will continue to drop with increased adoption and manufacturing capacity. For all of these reasons the Kent Environmental Council strongly supports the Windustrious Cleveland initiative and looks forward to Ohio becoming a leader in the development and expansion of wind power, a source of good jobs and a brighter future.