Wind Turbine Sound and Health Effects - An Expert Panel Review

In response to concerns, the American and Canadian Wind Energy Associations established a scientific advisory panel in early 2009 to conduct a review of current literature available on the issue of perceived health effects of wind turbines.

In response to concerns, the American and Canadian Wind Energy Associations (AWEA and CanWEA) established a scientific advisory panel in early 2009 to conduct a review of current literature available on the issue of perceived health effects of wind turbines. This multidisciplinary panel is comprised of medical doctors, audiologists, and acoustical professionals from the United States, Canada, Denmark, and the United Kingdom. The objective of the panel was to provide an authoritative reference document for legislators, regulators, and anyone who wants to make sense of the conflicting information about wind turbine sound.

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