ENDURANCE PLACED ON CALIFORNIA APPROVAL LIST

Endurance is added to the California incentive program qualified turbines list.

California Energy Commission Approves S-343 and E-3120 Turbines


Vancouver, BC July 26th 2010 - The California Energy Commission (CEC) has approved the Endurance S-343 5 Kw, and the E-3120 50 Kw turbines as eligible for state incentives. This follows the previous approval of the S-250 turbine. The California Energy Commission offers cash rebates on eligible grid-connected small wind and fuel cell renewable energy electric-generating systems through its Emerging Renewables Program (ERP). Small wind turbine systems of 50 Kw or less are eligible for the state incentives.

The people of California will now be able to take advantage of these state incentives along with the 30% Federal Investment Tax Credit. With the combined incentives, more than half the project costs to install an Endurance turbine will be covered.

"These approvals reflect the endless hours of work put in by the entire Endurance team and we are very proud of this accomplishment. This CEC endorsement is one more external validation of the value Endurance Wind Power brings to the renewable energy market" said Glenn Johnson, CEO of Endurance.

Endurance Wind Power is a manufacturer of advanced wind turbines designed specifically for distributed wind power applications. Their line of modern, induction based wind turbines bring efficient, reliable, safe and quiet, renewable energy within reach of homeowners, farmers, businesses and institutions across North America and an expanding global market.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Glenn Johnson, please call Brian Hanson at
+1 604 579 9439 or email Brian at bhanson@endurancewindpower.com

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