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Sustainable Society:  A society that balances the environment, other life forms, and human interactions over an indefinite time period.







Glenn R. Schleede

Schleede is the author of many papers and reports on energy matters.  Since 2001, Schleede has analyzed and written about wind energy.

From 1992 until September 2003, Schleede maintained a consulting practice, Energy Market and Policy Analysis, Inc. (EMPA), providing analysis of energy markets and policies.

Prior to forming EMPA, Schleede was Vice President of New England Electric System (NEES), Westborough, MA, and President of its fuels subsidiary, New England Energy Incorporated. Previously, Schleede was Executive Associate Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (1981), Senior VP of the National Coal Association in Washington (1977) and Associate Director (Energy and Science) of the White House Domestic Council (1973).  He also held career service positions in the U.S. OMB and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

He has a BA degree from Gustavus Adolphus College and an MA from the University of Minnesota.  He is also a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.

The MFS Website has the following Schleede papers:
Wind Energy Economics in West Virginia
Existing and Proposed “Wind Farms” Cannot Make a Significant Contribution to Wisconsin’s Electricity Supply
Wind Energy Economics in the State of Washington
The True Cost of Electricity from Wind Power and Windmill “Availability” Factors
Wind Energy Will Not Reduce US Oil Dependence
Wind Energy Money Changing & Wealth Transfers
“Big Money” Discovers the Huge Tax Breaks and Subsidies for “Wind Energy”

For more windpower information, see here.


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