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Andover Energy Holdings Becomes Member of Wind Energy Association

August 5, 2008

Andover Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB:ADEH) issued a statement today.

Brad Tolley, Chief Executive Office, said, “Management is very pleased to announce that Andover Energy Holdings, Inc., has been accepted into the prestigious association of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) that includes global leaders in wind project development, turbine manufacturing, and utilities. This is another step forward for the Company that will enhance our efforts in bringing to market new technologies for clean energy.”

The American Wind Energy Association confirms that they have been advocating the development of wind power as a reliable and environmentally superior source of electric power, since 1974, and represent that the AWEA is where the industry leaders come together to forge relationships and guide industry policy legislation, and education.

AWEA, in addition to offering its Members ongoing education and the opportunity to exhibit, links wind project developers, utilities, equipment manufactures, newest technology, components suppliers, and professionals in the industry looking for jobs in wind industry. Their pledge is that “AWEA helps its members bring it all together.”

Mr. Tolley continued, “The Company’s focus is on taking the ‘wing farm developer’ position and turbine manufacture. We are, in process, of staffing up, on behalf of those efforts. Additionally, we are in talks with Land Owners in strategic locations across the US for leasing their land parcels. We intend to build a ‘land bank’ of multiple land parcels that will be available for ongoing scheduled wind farm development.

“As CEO of Andover Energy Holdings, Inc., I admire the AWEA’s Committees for determining the policies and direction on both the federal and state level and to assist lobbying efforts on behalf of clean energy, and, specifically, wind energy that is the bourgeoning, ‘saving’, industry on multiple fronts for the US economy.”




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