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Wind Power Blows Ahead With Record Year in 2006


The Energy & Power Systems Group at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce its Exclusive 2007 Quarterly Analyst Briefing on Thursday, March 22, 2007 at 2:00 pm CDT / 3:00 pm EDT.

Wind power production marches ahead with a record growth rate thanks to a recent Production Tax Credit (PTC) extension, heightened awareness and understanding of the potential of wind power, along with its increasing feasibility and efficiency. Production has skyrocketed in the past two years and projects to continue in 2007. New manufacturing plants are being built to lower prices and increase efficiency, while cutting down on manufacturing lead times. Players and analysts from all across this industry spectrum will benefit from this briefing. These groups include wind power developers, manufacturers, utilities, power providers, end users, legislators and other industry participants.

Frost & Sullivan Consulting Analyst Devin Castleton states "What seemed to be lofty aspirations and long-shot predictions from optimistic market players just a couple of years ago are coming to fruition. Wind power is really beginning to experience some of its growth potential and experienced its most powerful year in 2006 and with the recent PTC extension and increased production capacities, 2007 is looking to follow suit."

Those interested in participating in the interactive webinar should send an e-mail to Johanna Haynes - Corporate Communications at johanna.haynes@frost.com with the following information: your full name, company name, title, telephone number, e-mail address, city, state and country. She will send the registration details via e-mail upon receipt of the above information.





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