American wind energy association`s western regional representative discusses plan to create a viable wind market, jobs in Montana

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Boston -- CSRwire/ - Ceres launched its final episode in a three-part podcast series exploring Montana’s clean energy future. The episode features Tom Darin, Western Regional Representative for the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

Despite Montana's vast wind generating potential, project developers are wary of building large wind farms in locations with sparse infrastructure and power lines to properly distribute and export clean energy. Darin discusses his work with key players – from policy-makers to local farmers – to help create a viable wind market that would bring jobs and investments to Montana's economy.

The first and second episodes in Ceres’ three part podcast series on Montana’s energy future featured Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer (listen here) and Gloria Flora, former U.S. forest supervisor and Director of Sustainable Obtainable Solutions (listen here).

To listen to episodes, visit www.ceres.org/podcast and subscribe to the Ceres Sustainability Podcast on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/ceres-sustainability-podcast/id275472360).

About Ceres

Ceres leads a national coalition of major investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change and water scarcity. Its mission is integrating sustainability into day-to-day business practices for the health of the planet and its people. www.ceres.org

About the Ceres Sustainability Podcast

The Ceres Sustainability Podcast is an ongoing conversation with investors, corporations, policy-makers and public interest groups about how they are adapting business strategies and financial markets to address the risks and opportunities of climate change and other sustainability issues.

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