Ellen Crivella

DNVGL

333 SW Fifth Avenue Suite 400

Portland, OR 97204

United States

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Wind Turbine Wakes, Wake Effect Impacts, and Wind Leases: Using Solar Access Laws as the Model for Capitalizing on Wind Rights During the Evolution of Wind Policy Standards

Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, Vol. 22, No. 1, 2011
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 27 Mar 2017
Kimberly Diamond and Ellen Crivella
Fordham University School of Law and DNVGL
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wind, wake, wake effect, wind turbine, wind lease, upwind, downwind, developer, property right, utility-scale, renewable energy, electricity, wind speed, turbulence, interference, technology, adjacent, landowner, solar, access, sunlight, setback, first-in-time, lease, environmental, natural resource