Mesa, AZ, December 5, 2005 - Baja, Mexico Wind Energy
Ken Hicks, Centripetal President and CEO, announced today that the company is working with Mexican political officials
regarding the formation of a JV entity which would develop certain portions of Baja Mexico for the use of producing
wind energy. The Baja region has great potential for producing a tremendous amount of energy for the growing area.
As Mr. Hicks states, "Our first project is a proposed 700MW wind park that will be developed in three phases.
The power produced will be used to support the local economy and growing infrastructure needs, while at the same
time a certain portion of the energy will be diverted to California. We are extremely excited about the possibilities
of the project and look forward to working with the local Mexican officials to make the project a reality".
CDI will also construct multiple manufacturing facilities in Mexico to support certain component development of
the wind turbines. If approved, the number of turbines required for this project alone could keep local CDI manufacturing
facilities busy for 3-5 years. CDI expects to develop other multiple wind energy sites throughout Mexico, thus
enabling the local manufacturing facilities to expand, while at the same time promoting and training local personnel
on the use of alternative energy.
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