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U.S. Wind Farming, Inc. Has Completed Negotiations for A Partnership Agreement with Apache Electric to Manufacture New, High Efficiency Wind Turbine Motors

U.S. Wind Farming, Inc., "America's Only Publicly Traded Wind Energy Company," (Pink Sheets:USWF) (www.uswindfarming.com) has completed negotiations for an agreement with Apache Electric to manufacture a new, high efficiency wind turbine motor.

U.S. Wind Farming, Inc. has completed negotiations for a partnership with Apache Electric to manufacture a revolutionary new generator motor that can be retrofitted into existing wind turbines, providing them with very considerable efficiency gains. Apache Electric utilized the resources of the Boeing Aircraft Corporation in the development of this new motor. "Currently the wind energy industry enjoys only about a 31% energy production efficiency at best. This new motor will greatly increase that efficiency with all other factors remaining the same", said USWF CEO William Telander. "As we sign new contracts for the maintenance of existing wind energy projects we will be able to retrofit them with the new motor, enhancing their production, and we will also install this motor in our new helix (Savonius) and airfoil (Darreius) wind turbines which will be arrayed on currently existing towers so there will be no need for new infrastructure," he said.

Apache Electric and USWF are moving to take advantage of the improving prospects for wind energy companies as more states including California, New Mexico and USWF's home state, Illinois, are moving to increase the proportion of wind energy generation in light of the high prices for natural gas which fuels most of the power plants erected in the 1990s.

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SOURCE: U.S. Wind Farming, Inc.


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