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JUHL WIND INC. Juhl Wind differs from other wind farm developers because it allows communities to own the wind farms rather than simply lease the land to developers. A COMMUNITY RESOURCE JUHL WIND PROVIDES COMMUNITIES WITH THE POTENTIAL TO OWN A WIND FARM THAT WOULD SUPPLY THEM WITH THEIR OWN ELECTRICITY. U COMPANY PROFILE Juhl Wind Inc. www.juhlwind.com HQ: Woodstock, Minn. Employees: 130 Service: Wind farm development Juhl Wind Inc.: “Juhl Wind provides a better alternative for local communities.” 106 | EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM nlike other natural resources such as oil, the wind belongs to no one. Numerous communities are beginning to take advantage of that fact and developing their own wind farms that provide them with clean, renewable energy. Juhl Wind Inc. is a Minnesota-based company that helps communities achieve their goals to develop medium-to-large-scale wind farms that they own themselves. Founder, Chairman and CEO Dan Juhl has been involved in the renewable energy sector for more than 30 years, and in that time has developed more than 1,500 megawatts (MW) of wind power. “During his tenure in the wind industry, [his] activities have covered every aspect of the technology, including R&D, design, manufacturing, development, installation and O&M,” the company says. The experience Juhl and the rest of the company’s executive team brings to Juhl Wind has resulted in the successful development of more than a dozen community-owned wind farm projects since the company was established in 1999. The company provides customers with every service related to wind farm development, from consultation to operations management and oversight. The company’s services include conducting feasibility studies for wind farms, and it cites the more than 30 years of experience Dan Juhl has in the renewable energy sector in that regard. It also provides construction management servicWINTER 2010
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Preparing for an Economic Upturn
Emergency Preparedness Case Study
quasar energy group
The Crossing Co.
Discovery Drilling Contractors
Mantra Venture Group
Alaska Clean Seas
Platinum Group Metals Ltd.
TG Engineering Inc.
Abacus Mining & Exploration Corp.
Advanced Rig Services
Bell Industries Inc.
Canrig Drilling Technologies Ltd.
Equipment Maintenance Services
Galloway Oilfield Construction Ltd.
Latex Construction Co.
PC Gold Inc.
Processes Unlimited International Inc.
Global Industries Ltd.
Herman Oil Co.
Juhl Wind Inc.
MWD Services LLC
Nevada Geothermal Power Inc.
Oski Energy LLC
Powertech Uranium Corp.
Avanti Mining Inc.
BlackBrush Oil & Gas – Texstar Midstream
The Coeur d’Alenes Co.
Vibration Technology Inc.
Exploration & Processing - Winter 2010