Midwest Wind Energy has suspended plans for two Wisconsin wind farms, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. The company was working on a 98 MW wind farm in Calumet County and an additional project that had not been publicly announced yet.
Midwest Wind Energy President Stefan Noe cited Wisconsin's unstable regulatory climate as the reason for stopping project development. Earlier this month, Invenergy backed out of developing a wind farm in the state, also citing an unstable regulatory climate.
SOURCE: Bloomberg Businessweek