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EQUIPMENT LEASING NEWSLETTER

March 2011

Leasing Wind Power Facilities: A New Reality

By David G. Mayer and Joel Bannister

Leasing has appeared on the national stage as a potentially viable, though complex, type of financing for wind energy facilities, with its successful use in two large utility scale projects and one community wind project.

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