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Re: [alternativeenergy-224] Anyone know about this company?

From: Mitchell
Sent on: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 8:19 AM
I looked over the Sauer Energy website, especially at their diagram of
their VAWT.  My educated guess is that the thing is designed primarily
not to capture energy from the wind, but to capture money from
Of course, I could be wrong; time will tell.


On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 7:42 AM, Lee <[address removed]> wrote:
> NEWBURY PARK, CA, Feb 28, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Sauer Energy,
> Inc.(TM) ("SEI(TM)") (OTCBB: SENY), a developer of home and enterprise scale
> vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) systems, announced today that on February
> 23,
> 2012, it was awarded the most coveted and prestigious "Project of the Year"
> award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),
> Buenaventura Section, at the 2012 National Engineers Week Awards Banquet
> held at
> the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. This
> award
> goes to the company that has demonstrated technological achievement in
> engineering innovation development and promise.
> "We are truly grateful for their recognition of our accomplishment and
> appreciation of our vision. It is a great honor to be acknowledged by the
> highly
> respected IEEE and to have been chosen for the Project of the Year. It was
> with
> great pride that we accepted the award as a team. Without hard work and
> dedication, none of this would have been a reality," stated Dieter Sauer,
> and President of Sauer Energy.
> Sauer Energy plans to participate in tandem with the IEEE in their
> educational
> program to demonstrate innovation technology to junior high school and high
> school students later this year. The idea is to inspire these bright young
> minds
> to become our future innovators and show them that it is an attainable goal
> for
> them.
> Background Information
> In October 2011, Sauer Energy participated in the IEEE Energy Efficiency
> Symposium. The WindCharger(TM) was received enthusiastically by the
> attendees,
> due to its innovative design and approach to renewable energy for
> individuals.
> The WindCharger(TM) addresses the challenging issues of adapting renewable
> energy use for the homeowner. The WindCharger(TM) takes the guesswork out of
> the
> equation of renewable energy for the individual with its quick start roof
> mounted installation, maximum wind-capture design, affordability and planet
> friendly methodology. Upon installation and provided there is wind, the
> WindCharger(TM) can start producing electricity to offset the expense of
> electricity from the grid. At the same time, that will lessen dependence on
> fossil fuels and lower the CO2 emissions. It's a win-win with wind energy.
> "We have studied and simplified the adaptation of wind energy use for a
> single
> family home or small building. We plan to apply our technology wherever it
> is
> relevant. The benefit to our planet is our ultimate goal. There is power in
> numbers," Dieter Sauer further stated.


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