Pacific Northwest Wind
Address:4280 25th Ave NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
Salem, OR, May 10, 2010: Pacific Northwest Wind, located in Salem, Oregon has developed a wind turbine that will generate 600 watts of power on average and produces up to 900 watts in a 25 mph wind. Enough power is produced to reduce their electric bill and help reduce greenhouse gases. As a nation we all must play a part in reducing greenhouse gases and wind energy is a non-depleting resource that we can all use.
Pacific Northwest Wind has spent nearly a year and a half on research, development and testing to develop their product for safety, noise levels and efficiency. The goal of Pacific Northwest wind is to assist everyone in reducing their electric consumption from the over worked electrical grid.
These wind turbines are easy to install and can be mounted on a tripod for easy roof mounting. The overall dimensions of the blades are only 52” with a total unit weight of 40 pounds. These units are small enough for home use and large enough to save money.
Contact: Gerald Donais
Company: Pacific Northwest Wind
For more information on this topic, please contact Gerald Donais at 503-317-7909 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Pacific Northwest Wind: Founded and Operating in Salem Oregon, Pacific Northwest Wind has spent 1 1/2 years in research and development of home and business wind turbines. All funding has been from self funds and we are looking forward to helping people reduce their needs on the power grid.