Evance strengthens European distributor network for Iskra R9000 5kw wind turbine and targets southern Africa

Loughborough, 10th December 2009 - The expansion of Evance's international distribution network continues apace with the appointment of four new distributors in Denmark, France, Italy and Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.

Loughborough, 10th December 2009 - The expansion of Evance's international distribution network continues apace with the appointment of four new distributors in Denmark, France, Italy and Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.


The new distributors are:
1. Denmark - CIRKEL ENERGI - www.cirkelenergi.dk
2. Italy - Blumini Power - www.bluminipower.it
3. Italy - IT-Energy - www.it-energy.it
4. Madagascar - CAMUSAT - www.camusat.com

Commenting on the new appointments Claus Jacobsen, sales and marketing director, Evance says: "We have high hopes that we will be able to tap in to the huge potential demand for turbines across southern Africa with CAMUSAT in Madagascar and are delighted that the Iskra R9000 has been recognised as the sector leading turbine it is by highly experienced and expert European distributors."

The four join six other international distributors that are already promoting the Iskra R9000 through networks of dealers in the UK, Poland, Germany, Ireland and the USA.

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Notes to editors:
Evance is a supplier of renewable energy systems. It makes an advanced wind turbine (ISKRA R9000) for the small wind' market - for example, for homes, schools, and farms (as opposed to the big wind' market of commercial wind farms or roof mounted turbines - micro wind).

For more information or to speak to Claus Jacobsen or Peter Allen, CEO of Evance, please contact:
Richard Houghton
Carrot Communications
Tel: 020 7903 5103 or 07803 178 037 Email: richard.houghton@carrotcomms.co.uk

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