Clean Wind Energy Tower, Inc. Receives San Luis Planning Commission’s Recommendation for Downdraft Tower
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Clean Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (OTCBB: CWET, the “Company”) announced today that on April 10th, 2012 the City of San Luis, Arizona Planning Commission held a hearing to discuss Clean Wind Energy’s application to build an innovative green renewable energy Downdraft Tower Facility within the San Luis City limits. At this hearing the Planning Commission voted in favor of the Downdraft Tower. The San Luis City Council has scheduled a hearing on the Project to be held on May 9th, 2012.
The San Luis location incorporates plans for two (2) Downdraft Towers and a component parts Assembly Plant. As designed, the Company anticipates that each Downdraft Tower could generate enough electricity to power up to 1,600,000 homes using the guidelines set forth in the California Statewide Residential Appliance Saturation Study, 2004. As an independent power producer of clean renewable energy, the Company will not be selling power directly to consumers but rather to the grid.
The Company believes that San Luis is an ideal location for their alternative energy facility because this region of the southwest United States provides the proper weather profiles, proximity to the power grid, and other ingredients beneficial to the operation of a Downdraft Tower, and has been previously targeted as a prime region for alternative energy projects. The Downdraft Tower is a breakthrough source of clean alternative energy, and will bring significant employment opportunities and economic stimulus to San Luis and a number of U.S. industries. Clean Wind Energy anticipates that during the Downdraft Tower’s construction phase, 2,500 construction and transportation jobs and 1,000 manufacturing jobs will be created. Once placed in service, each Tower should generate 1,000 permanent jobs.
About Clean Wind Energy, Inc.
Clean Wind Energy, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Clean Wind Energy Tower, Inc, has designed and is preparing to develop, and construct large “Downdraft Towers” that use benevolent, non-toxic natural elements and operate with virtually no carbon footprint, fuel consumption, or residual waste to generate electricity and clean water economically by integrating and synthesizing numerous proven as well as emerging technologies. This technology will generate clean, cost effective and efficient electrical power without the damaging effects caused by using fossil or nuclear fuels, and other conventional power sources.
The Company’s core objective and focus is to become a provider of clean efficient green energy to the world communities at a reasonable cost without the destructive residuals of fossil fuel, and to help broker the chasm between both, while continuing to generate innovative technological solutions for today and tomorrow’s electrical power needs.
In addition to constructing Downdraft Towers in the United States and abroad, the Company intends to establish partnerships at home and abroad to propagate these systems and meet increasing global demand for clean water and electricity. Clean Wind has assembled a team of experienced business professionals, engineers and scientists with access to the breakthrough energy research upon which this technology is founded and the proven ability to bring the idea to market. Clean Wind Energy, Inc. has filed several patents that the Company believes will further enhance this potentially revolutionary technology. Clean Wind Energy, Inc. is based in Annapolis MD, and is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol ‘CWET’. For more information visit www.cleanwindenergytower.com
Clean Wind Energy, Inc.
1997 Annapolis Exchange Parkway
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Phone: (855) 848-6937
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