In 1866, Flint & Walling begin making windmills to pump water for farmers and ranchers throughout the Midwest, right here in Kendallville, Indiana. Many are still in use today………………………………..Thus:  “Green Was Born”


Wind………….The fastest growing energy source today. Representing a third of all new power generation in 2007, Wind ! Aerodynamic Rotor Blades grab the wind and a Turbine converts the mechanical energy into electricity. For years sailors have captured wind energy to move boats, and in recent years have adopted wind energy for their electrical needs.  Large wind farms are harnessing wind to generate the power needs of towns and cities. Now the average homeowner can capture wind energy to  provide their electricity. The Midwest has very high potential for installation of the Skystream 3.7 Residential Power turbine.


Solar………….Enough of the Sun’s energy reaches the Earth’s surface to satisfy all our energy needs. The trick is harnessing it in usable form to get into your home, farm, or business.  Photovoltaic solar panels convert sunlight into electricity which is then wired to the power grid through inverters direct into your home or business.


Combined, Solar and Wind Energy can provide all your year round energy needs.  Our mission is to help you meet your objective to break away from

Fossil fuel generated electricity and move to a self generating green footprint.



                                                       Important Announcement

Impact of the American Recovery and Re-investment Act (2009 Stimulus Package)

On February 17, 2008 President Obama signed the American Recovery and Re-investment Act of 2009 into law. With a significant emphasis on renewable energy technology deployment and job expansion, the bill improved upon the 2008 tax credit by removing “cost caps.” This change allows consumers and small businesses to take a 30 percent tax credit off the installed cost of a wind turbine. To a consumer or business purchasing a single 2.4KW residential wind turbine, this doubles the credit. Additionally, consumers and businesses also have the option of receiving the credit in the form of a cash grant                                                                                                                                                           Q: What does the stimulus package mean for me if I’m considering buying  Solar or Wind Systems?
The entire cost of a Solar or Wind system (plus installation) is reduced by 30 percent. For example, if an average installation costs between $12,000 - $18,000, the stimulus package will save you between $3,600 - $5,400. And depending on where you live, you could save even more. States have also implemented rebates for small wind that can be added to the Federal credit. In the last two months alone, more than 30 States have introduced legislation that either expands incentives for renewable energy and/or addresses market barriers. You can find out more about your state by visiting and click on “state rebates/incentives.”

Q: What if I want to purchase and install more than one Solar or Wind Energy system?
The stimulus package allows for a 30 percent tax credit or cash grant on the total cost of multiple units. There is no cap on the 30 percent tax credit or cash grant.

Q: I heard I can get cash back rather than a tax credit – how does that work?
Yes, you can apply for a grant from the US treasury and rather than a tax credit, receive a cash grant. The details are still being worked out but should be in place by April or May. Keep in touch with your dealer or the manufacturer for more information.




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8870 E.1000N

Kendallville, IN  46755   USA

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