Just read your profile - very impressive and timely! As for a bumper sticker slogan, and obvious tag would be the line from Bob Dylan's song Blowin' in the Wind. "The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind." with an added tag like Unite for Wind Energy or Ohio for Wind Energy.
My husband & I have a small graphic design studio in Batavia, OH and if we can lend our support in this area, we would like to come aboard.
We need to band together and form a 501c non profit
corp lets say "Hydrokinetic Energy inc"
to raise awareness as to what WE THE PEOPLE IN ORDER TO FORM A MORE PERFECT UNION can do......FOR THE BETTERMENT OF PLANET AND MANKIND.... A GLOBAL INITIATIVE.....
Although there will some demand for the smaller "personal" wind generator, I think most of the LLC's being formed will be interested in larger 100MW to 500MW wind farms. Most of the wind developers will allow smaller turbines to be erected by the land owners as long as they don't interfer with the development. Good luck, you have a worthy project.
I had researched the wind turbines and I am sorry to say that where I live is not a real prime opportunity for wind power. Of course I get wind but with my location, the payback would be very small compared to solar.
WE7- I am enthralled with the few wind generators I have seen in the state. The down side is the less dependable wind here... I would guess they are designed for the wind maps of the area. Like low light solar, I am sure the technology is there to be functional in many areas of our state. Your experience is valuable.
Nice to meet you.
I'm a sailor. Added a DC wind generator and solar for my batteries so I could remove my gasoline engine.
Did inter-island in Hawaii, sailed Washington State and B.C. Crossed the Pacific twice on my sailboat. Off the grid for twenty years until 2000.