​​​​​NRECA Research's Rural Area Distributed Wind Integration Network Development (RADWIND) project aims to understand, address, and reduce the technical risks and market barriers to the adoption of distributed wind technologies by rural utilities.

Our fourth and final in a series of case studies on financing distributed wind projects focuses on member- and developer-owned distributed wind at C&I and other larger consumer-members' facilities. It aims to assist with co-ops' readiness for such projects and their ability to identify ways to leverage these projects to also meet some of their goals. ​​