Wind power advocate Mike Mangan of Delafield, Wisconsin, is not a crusader against community wind, as we reported in error last month in paraphrasing the words of Michael Vickerman in a Wind Wire story on a permit approval for a 30 MW Enron wind plant at Eden, Wisconsin (Windpower Monthly, November 2000). Mangan is otherwise known in the US Midwest as a community wind advocate. We regret the error and any distress it has caused Mike Mangan.
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