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Archive for October, 2010

WindTamer Corporation estimates 2011 booked orders of $15 million to $25 million aided by demand for its renewable energy storage systems

WindTamer Turbine

Rochester, NY, October 19, 2010 — WindTamer Corporation (“WindTamer” or the “Company”) (OTC:WNDT-News) Chief Executive Officer William A. Schmitz said today that he expects the Company to book orders of approximately $15 million to $25 million in 2011. Mr. Schmitz said that WindTamer had recently surpassed the $1 million threshold in booked orders.

Because WindTamer recognizes revenues only upon completion of installation and other factors, Mr. Schmitz said that recognized revenues for financial statement reporting purposes would tend to lag both booked orders and actual cash flow to some extent. (more…)

The Marines Go Green

Slate

The U.S. military is rushing to deploy solar-energy equipment on the battlefields of Afghanistan, according to Elizabeth Rosenthal’s story in the October 5th New York Times, and, though the article doesn’t say so, this could prove to be a huge boon — even a turning point — for the fate of renewable energy here at home. Read the full story here.

U.S. Military Orders Less Dependence on Fossil Fuels

The New York Times

With insurgents increasingly attacking the American fuel supply convoys that lumber across the Khyber Pass into Afghanistan, the military is pushing aggressively to develop, test and deploy renewable energy to decrease its need to transport fossil fuels. Read the full story here.

Urban Wind Power’s Bright Future

WindTamer sold to Marywood University

Incorporating small wind turbines into the design of buildings is in its infancy, both as an art and a science. But a two-day symposium held in October at Penn State University showed some impressive baby steps and gave a preview of what urban wind power can accomplish once it grows and develops.

No question, the idea is a hot one in architectural and engineering firms, as clients demand that renewable-energy features be baked into designs. “Small wind is a very popular idea right now and is capturing a lot of people’s imaginations,” said architect John Breshears, a presenter at the symposium. (more…)