LWEALouisiana Water Environment Association
LWEALake Washington Education Association (Kirkland, WA)
LWEALakeshore Wind Ensemble Association (est. 1987; Manitowoc, WI)
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Moreover, the policies should encourage adjacent landowners to engage in negotiations together and with developers (as done in an LWEA), expand such negotiations to include other substantially impacted stakeholders, and enter into fully-negotiated, multilateral written contracts.
Landowners and developers alike, therefore, should consider entering into LWEAs to maximize the overall profits tied to wind leases that flow to landowners in a particular community and to generate a foundation of positive community support for wind turbine development in that community.
As noted above, by encouraging or mandating multilateral negotiations among neighbors who are most substantially impacted by the turbine project (such as through LWEAs) wind lease agreements increase profitability for landowners and decrease the time invested in negotiating leases for developers.