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Wind Energy Philly, Wilmington, Baltimore, Boston, India, Africa

Wind Energy Philly, Wilmington, Baltimore, Boston, India, Africa
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31 July, 2015

Thanks to our interest in small wind harnessing we dedicate our future in providing the best equipment the marketplace manufactures.

Your property is important to our group and we believe future savings in electrical expense is important to your business and residence.

WindEnergyPhilly believes urban environments will embrace this micro wind mills like they've embraced cable dishes.  Each property will soon have devices and enjoy safely generating electricity and sending it back to the grid.  Instead of simply being a consumer and awaiting for electrical generation to continue provision as the past century afforded.

08 June, 2015

Let's Measure Your Wind Activity--- IT'S TIME

2nd Quarter 2015: Wind Energy Philly (WEP) prepares to launch and install anemometers.
We, at WEP, believe in due diligence-- prior to the sale of any apparatus for small wind harnessing.

Our anemometers measure wind, breeze, gust around the residence or commercial building to determine the potential of wind harnessing activity.  Our founder embraces the cost of harnessing wind seriously enough to warrant monitoring wind activity a minimum of two seasons.

Spring/Fall or Winter/Spring, Evening or Daily provides breezes.  Our equipment documents and prints data real time and reports exactly your building kwh measurement(s).

For evaluation:  617- 702-2746 or 617 70 CARIN   

24 May, 2014

Small Wind Harnessing 2014 through 2010 installation(s)

according to recent`bloomberg reporter Chris Martin I'm thankful to share:

Solar Leases

“With a leasing structure like SolarCity uses we can reach a lot more telecoms a lot quicker,” Blitterswyk said. “There’s clearly a need.”
Urban Green’s products use helix-shaped blades that rotate around a vertical axis. The design requires less maintenance than the ubiquitous three-blade turbines favored by most manufactures, he said. The company supplied 14 turbines to help power the Lincoln Financial Field, where the Philadelphia Eagles play.
U.S. consumers and businesses installed 175 megawatts of wind turbines last year to generate their own electricity and reduce their dependence on utilities, according to the U.S. Energy Department. Most of the turbines installed at customer sites were 100 kilowatts or less.
To contact the reporter on this story: Christopher Martin in New York
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Reed Landberg at