crosswind renewable energy and southwest windpower …
Clean energy solutions and global providers of leading Renewable Energy Technologies today announced that it has established a business strategic alliance partnership with Southwest wind power to market Skystream commercial lighting systems.
Crosswind Renewable Energy sees Skystream commercial lighting systems as a breakthrough technological advance that has been proven across various channels.
Under the terms of the agreement, Crosswind will be the first exclusive business alliance partner for Skystream commercial lighting systems, which take advantage of Crosswind\'s important, reliable, cost-effective and widely distributed network.
\"We feel most fortunate that Southwest has chosen the crosswind as the only business strategic alliance partner for their lighting system marketing,\" said Michael Lynch, CEO of crosswind renewable energy.
Skystream commercial lighting system lighting infrastructure or new monopoly using existing street lights and parking lots
Wind turbines that power lamps and power local power grids.
The Skystream lighting system integrates the southwest wind power Skystream 3. Wind turbines (2. 4kW)
Equipped with standard road light poles and various parking lights, a powerful green infrastructure asset will be created.
About southwest wind power, which has been designing and distributing small wind turbines for more than 22 years, is a recognized global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of distributed wind power systems (400 -3,000 watts).
The company has been a pioneer in wind technology development, has built and shipped more than 170,000 wind turbines to more than 120 countries around the world, and has sales reps in more than 88 countries.
Headquartered in Flagstaff, Arizona, it also has business in Cologne, Germany, and a joint venture in Ningbo, China.
Applications of the company\'s products include residential, commercial real estate, micro-grid, remote cabins, telecom transmitters, offshore platforms, water pumps and sailing boats.
The company has received strong input from investors including Altira Group, Chevron technology enterprises, GE Energy Financial Services, NGP Energy Technology Partners, PCG Clean Energy Technology Fund and Rockport Capital Partners
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ComAbout Crosswind Renewable Energy, headquartered in Naples, Florida, is a clean energy solution company and a global supplier of leading renewable energy technologies.
Crosswind focuses on evolving renewable technologies, LED energy-saving solutions, and provides and installs the highest quality and most reliable cleaning technology to harvest local sustainable natural resources from wind, solar and water. This Eco-
Environmental energy providers are committed to helping private enterprises, public enterprises, government agencies, educational institutions and residential communities around the world to improve their green living standards.
Thanks to its global network coverage and broad commitment with industry-leading companies, Crosswind is strategically positioned as a major provider of clean energy solutions.
We provide better management for the environment and the community with leading renewable energy technologies and important, reliable, cost-effective and widely distributed networks.
The company drives initiatives from a variety of renewable energy solutions, including sales, warranty, installation and monitoring services for high-performance WePOWER vertical shaft wind turbines, Skystream commercial lighting systems, leading LED energy saving solutions
Friendly outdoor advertising, energy control management, monitoring system and solar thermal system.
For more information, please visit: www. CrosswindNow.
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