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Nonpartisan, nonprofit organization Great Plains Institute

A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, the Great Plains Institute is transforming the energy system to benefit the economy and environment. We combine a unique consensus-building approach, expert...

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"As more Indiana utility companies, businesses, and property owners seek to take advantage of the benefits of renewable energy, local governments in Indiana are looking to make informed decisions about solar and wind energy proposals and future development.

To help local governments maximize the economic and environmental benefits of renewable energy for their communities, Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute (ERI) and the Great Plains Institute (GPI) have teamed up to produce two state-specific resources for local decision makers."

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