ROCHESTER, NY (Marketwire – 2/25/10) – WindTamer Corporation (“WindTamer” or the “Company”) (OTC.BB: WNDT-News), a developer and manufacturer of a patented new wind turbine technology, announced that it has signed agreements with three distributors in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Hawaii to sell, install and provide warranty service on its WindTamer turbines in 12 states.
Archive for February, 2010
Due to overwhelming demand for our WindTamer wind turbine products to be viewed by potential residential and agricultural customers, we are sponsoring a Show & Tell event at the New York Farm Show, February 25th – 27th at the Syracuse NY State Fairgrounds.
Our booth will be in the Dairy Building, Bldg #5, Toyota Exhibit Center, Booth ID ‘ND’, almost directly across from the John Deere booth. Our mobile unit will be present, as well as WindTamer Reps to answer your questions.(more…)
Getting a wind turbine approved by your local jurisdiction is often a daunting—and sometimes expensive—chore. If you’ve looked into the issue at all, you may have come across the excellent four-part series on the subject (more…)
The proprietors of the Abner Adams House Bed & Breakfast list more than 30 ways it’s easy on the environment on their website at www.abneradamshouse.com, and now the number one reason is a WindTamer turbine in its backyard. Robert Dobberstein says one of the challenges of managing a 200-year-old house is it’s not that energy efficient. But as his wife Lynda points out, “Our guests like green. They like the fact we try to be green.”
Due to overwhelming demand for our WindTamer wind turbine products to be viewed by potential residential and agricultural customers, we are sponsoring a Show & Tell event at our Geneseo, NY location (156 Court St, Geneseo, NY 14454) this Saturday, February 6th, from 10am to 1pm. (View Map).
If you have not had a chance to speak with a representative of WindTamer, and would be interested in viewing a demo and speaking with a Sales Rep, please come and enjoy our event! Coffee, donuts, product specs and WindTamer staff will be available. (more…)
Don Linborg is standing outside his home in a January arctic blast, his face turned ruddy beneath his white crew cut, and he couldn’t be happier. This is the first day his spanking new WindTamer turbine is producing electricity–lots of electricity–to help power his Upstate New York home.
Linborg may be the ideal candidate for a wind turbine. His home sits on 25 acres on top of a ridge outside the town of Livonia, about half an hour south of Rochester. The closest tree line from the direction the wind most often blows is a mile away. (more…)