There’s been some articles recently about the Department of Defense slowing or stopping the granting of wind power project licenses due to concerns about conflicts with military radar. It looks like that logjam may be getting cleared. A couple of new projects have just been cleared by the FAA in Wisconsin and Minnesota. These specific projects were stopped by FAA concerns that they would interfere with military radar.
From today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinal
“Two Wisconsin wind power projects that were stalled by concerns that rotating turbines would interfere with military radar have received the go-ahead from the Federal Aviation Administration.
and from today’s TwinCities.com Pioneer Press
“The Federal Aviation Administration has given the go-ahead to three Minnesota wind power projects after concluding they don’t interfere with military radar.”