AUSTIN, TX–(Marketwire – Apr 13, 2012) – Building Turbines, Inc. (
EWS’s prestigious Honeywell units are easily installed for residential and small scale, renewable wind energy GENERATION. BLDW units are slightly larger and are more apt for commercial installation. EWS rep Bill O’Rourke predicted that within 60 days the company would have 300-400 units on the ground generating both companies “millions” in revenue. O’Rourke also spoke about government tax incentives and credits of up to 80% for end-users. Once the units are up and running the unit not only pays for itself but EARNS income for being green, having no-carbon footprint, and generating electricity.
Both Mr. Graham and Mr. O’Rourke spoke of branching out of the Texas market in the near future with O’Rourke alluding to “the greenest county in Florida” wanting to test units on county buildings; Graham followed up by speaking briefly about a deal in Colorado which could require small wind turbines to generate power for slightly under 1000 communications tower’s lights during frequent blackouts in the mountainous region.
Both Interviewees agreed that “Alternative energy is the future” and see the energy market as being forced into their direction to save money, reduce dependence on foreign resources, and to preserve our environment. As of now the wind energy market is estimate to double, for the second time, by 2015. To hear the entire interview please visit one of the following: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/stocktraderstalk, http://www.stocktraderstalk.com.
About Building Turbines, Inc.
Based in Austin, Texas, Building Turbines, Inc. is a renewable energy company focused primarily on designing, manufacturing and deploying revolutionary rooftop mounted wind turbines and other related energy saving components for urban environments. For more information visit their website at www.buildingturbines.com, or email them at [email protected].
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