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Arizona company puts wind generators into consumer hands

Southwest Windpower is selling its turbine at Home Depot

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Southwest Windpower, the world's leading manufacturer of personal wind generators, is pleased to announce the Skystream install program, making the award winning Skystream 3.7® wind turbine available for purchase at select Home Depot® stores throughout the United States. This program will allow consumers access to Southwest Windpower's groundbreaking small wind system while helping reduce their energy bills and impact on the environment.

Southwest Windpower selected Home Depot stores in locations with an ideal wind resource for distributed wind energy production to participate in the Skystream install program. Currently available at select stores in Texas, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and most recently, California, the company plans to expand the program to windy locations across the United States. For a complete list of participating Home Depot stores, go here.

“The Skystream install program represents Southwest Windpower’s commitment to making renewable energy affordable and accessible to consumers everywhere,” said Dixon Thayer, chief executive officer of Southwest Windpower. “We are excited to help residential and commercial customers take advantage of their area’s exceptional wind resource by using Skystream 3.7 to produce clean, emissions-free energy.”

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