Xzeres will sell turbines to British wind company

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Friday, June 07, 2013

Wilsonville’s Xzeres Corp. said Thursday it has struck a deal to sell 1,000 of its wind turbines to a British company.

Xzeres (OTCQB: XPWR), which designs and makes 2.5-10 kilowatt wind-powered distributed energy turbines and other renewable energy products, announced the agreement with Prowind Ltd.

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