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IWEA extends its Best Practice Guidelines to Community Engagement and Commitment

27 March, 2013

IWEA extends its Best Practice Guidelines to Community Engagement and Commitment

The Irish Wind Energy Association have launched an extension to the “Best Practice Guidelines for the Irish Wind Energy Industry” with the publication of its “Best Practice Principles in Community Engagement & Community Commitment” document which sets out a number of clear of guidelines that IWEA members involved in wind development are encouraged to follow. The aim of these guidelines is to ensure that the views of local communities are taken into account at all stages of a development and that local communities can share in the benefits.

IWEA is committed to regularly revising and updating its guidelines for developing and operating wind farms. It is essential that local communities are engaged and consulted and IWEA’s best practice principles showcase how this can and should be done. The community and its support are an essential part of every wind development in Ireland and this policy document outlines a responsible approach to ensuring continual long-term local support for such developments.



IWEA Best Practice in Community Engagement and Commitment

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