2 Apr 2009

American Samoa Congressman recommends new WindJet Energy power

11:40 am on 2 April 2009

American Samoa Congressman Faleomavaega Eni Hunkin says he recommends the new WindJet Energy wind power generation system to supplement American Samoa's energy needs.

The new design was invented by Brad Sorensen, founder and chief executive officer of Source One Power, who was also credited for several designs including the 1986-1992 Mazda RX7 sports car.

Faleomavaega says the new WindJet Energy system utilizes a new design that improves on the conventional three-blade windmills used by General Electric Vestas, Siemens, Mitsubishi, Nordex and many others.

Faleomavaega thanked Ron Morrison, a Native Hawaiian and marketing partner for WindJet Energy, for bringing the new wind power generation system to his attention.

He says he very impressed with the technology and the concept behind the system, especially the ability to make wind power production more cost effective and efficient.