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The University of Northern Iowa, a member of the Iowa Alliance for Wind Innovation and Novel Development, is currently accepting enrollments for a new, upcoming two-credit-hour course, "Wind Energy Applications in Iowa."

The fall 2009 course covers a variety of topics, providing a substantial overview of wind energy, its use and the ramifications of its use, as well as a review of history and driving forces for the economic development of wind energy.

For more information: uni.edu.

Location: Cedar Falls, Iowa.


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