California Company Contracts for Texas Wind Power

Clean Energy Inc. has entered into an exclusive singular licensing agreement for all worldwide jurisdictions outside of Europe with Windkraft Inc. of Texas for its patented wind turbine and patented AC permanent magnet generator.

Sacramento, California – February 3, 2003 [] The patented wing (rotor) of the turbine allows for greater efficiencies in generating electricity, lower noise levels and more flexibility in generating energy at both low and high wind speeds compared to other similar sized wind turbines. Clean Energy will market the current WINDKRAFT 1.5 twinpower model that is able to produce up to 5 kW in many applications including residential homes, acreages, agriculture, irrigation, remote communication power and isolated northern communities. Although current production is in Germany, the agreement provides Clean Energy the opportunity to manufacture the products in North America. Clean Energy will also be developing 10 kW and larger twinpower wind turbines under the terms of the agreement. The long-term goal of Clean Energy is to develop wind farms of 10 to 50 MW using the unique twinpower wind turbine system and AC generator. Clean Energy, Inc., a Nevada corporation, is a development stage company formed in 1998 to commercialize innovative technologies in the Renewable Energy industry. Their business focus is clean pollution-free electricity from wind, solar, hydro, and other alternative energy sources.
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