Important Changes to Talco's Wind Turbine Product Line

With our continued commitment to only offer safe, certified, and high quality wind turbines, Talco Electronics has recently removed several turbine models from our product line.

San Diego, CA - April 28, 2011 - With our continued commitment to only offer safe, certified, and high quality wind turbines, Talco Electronics has recently removed several turbine models from our product line. We feel that it is our duty to the Small Wind Industry to lead the way in only selling turbines that have gone through 3rd party testing and have a track record of safe and reliable operation. We are proud to offer the following line of Certified turbines that have industry leading advances in monitoring, safety, and reliability: Gaia-Wind, Endurance Wind Power, Evance Wind, & Southwest Windpower.


About TALCO Electronics

TALCO Electronics is the only wholesale distributor that specializes in turnkey wind turbine systems ranging from 200 to 50,000 watts. We offer industry leading support and service along with mentored installations, financial and wind analytics. We've been involved in over 100 installs across North America.

TALCO Electronics is North America's leading wholesale distributor for Gaia-Wind, Endurance Wind Power, Evance Wind, Southwest Windpower and SMA.

Please Contact us for more information

Toll Free: 1-877-448-2526
E-Mail: info@talcoelectronics.com
Web: www.talcoelectronics.com

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