NASA is evaluating the potential siting of a wind farm on underutilized property at Plum Brook Station to meet Federal renewable energy goals for the agency.
A scoping meeting was held on September 14, 2010 which presented to the public various aspects of the proposed wind farm. The full presentation is available here. (Read more information in this PDF)
When a federal agency proposes to undertake an action that has the potential for environmental impacts, a study is conducted that evaluates the potential environmental impacts. This study is called an Environmental Impact Assessment, or EIS. (Read more information in this PDF)
The Environmental Impact Assessment, or EIS, considers the potential impacts to the natural and human environment and measures that could lessen these impacts. (Read more information in this PDF)
The public is invited to be involved in the process, through a notice of intent, scoping, draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and final EIS provided by NASA. (Read more information in this PDF)
The public may comment at meetings or by phone, email or U.S. Postal mail. (Read more information in this PDF)