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Wind Energy Leader available for interviews at the AWEA Windpower 2011 Conference & Exhibition

WHO: Gary Hardke , President and Managing Director of Cannon Power Group

WHAT: Cannon Power Group has over 30 years of experience creating innovative energy solutions and remains a global leader in the renewable energy industry. Gary Hardke’s exceptional industry knowledge and expert perspective can support your wind energy coverage during the conference. Please follow @CannonPower on Twitter and “like” Cannon on Facebook to engage with the company and its leaders during the conference.

WHY: Hardke can speak to industry wide concerns, opportunities, challenges, and market trends, and on the following items that exhibit Cannon’s industry leadership and expertise:

  • Global Industry Expertise – As a pioneer in renewable energy since 1979, San Diego-based Cannon Power Group’s role as a first mover shaped the early years of the industry, and the company has remained an industry leader ever since—developing, constructing, operating, and maintaining more than 30 utility-scale wind and solar energy projects around the world that generate clean energy and jobs.
  • Recognized Leadership in Project Financing Climate Change Business Journal – In 2010 Cannon received the ’s highest-ranking award in the “Business Achievement: Finance” category, recognizing its innovative leadership to finance a large-scale renewable energy projects and set models that other companies follow.
  • Trendsetting Projects – Cannon had the innovation to finance, develop and operate its 500 MW wind farm project in Washington State, one of the largest wind energy projects in the United States. Cannon is now planning to focus on developing clean power in Mexico and helping to begin a new green industry in the country.
  • Innovative Industry Partnerships – The Maryhill Museum of Art is home to 15 of Cannon’s project wind turbines and will receive over $100,000 in revenue each year. According to the AWEA, this is believed to be the first wind energy project in the U.S. to generate revenues for a nonprofit museum.

WHEN: Monday, May 23, 2011 – Wednesday 25, 2011 (available from 9am – 4pm each day)

WHERE: Anaheim Convention Center 800 West Katella Avenue Anaheim, CA

To schedule an interview, please contact:
Justin Knighten at Justin@LucasPublicAffairs.com or Tel: (916) 806 0391