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CGE Energy Backed by Global Bank to Fund Energy Projects

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CGE Energy announced its backing from a major capital provider to fund energy projects. CGE’s financing partner—a global vendor finance company and subsidiary of one of the world's largest banks with total assets of over $900 billion—was not disclosed. Last year, the group helped CGE fund $7.7 million in sales.

Merry Christmas from CGE Energy

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With Christmas upon us and 2017 coming to a close, it’s the perfect time to look back at this extraordinary year. We carefully executed our plan and we’re immensely proud of the work that our team has done, both through building our energy solutions and by making a difference in the world.

CGE Energy’s WIND-e20 Wind Turbine is Steps Closer to Changing the World

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CGE Energy is preparing to unveil how WIND-e20 is going to also disrupt an industry completely separate from energy. Not only will this provide additional revenue streams for the company, but removes all geographic limitations to the turbine. Beyond helping save the planet, this application of WIND-e20 might also saves lives in one of the most dangerous job fields in America.

CGE Energy Completes Fabrication of 1/10th Scale Prototype WIND-e20 Wind Turbine

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CGE Energy, Inc. (OTCPink:CGEI), the leading engineer of no capital cost energy solutions, announces the completion of a one-tenth scale working demonstration unit of its WIND-e20 vertical-axis wind turbine. With the 10-foot WIND-e20 prototype, CGE Energy can visually demonstrate the complete innovative installation process to interested parties that would not otherwise have the opportunity to experience the full-sized turbine in person.

WIND-e20, an innovative vertical-axis wind turbine, designed for distributed onsite energy generation. At 105 feet in height, this patented technology hurdles many of the barriers that face traditional wind turbines.

See the video of the WIND-e20 demonstration unit in operation, here.

Viewers can witness the demonstration unit hydraulically raise from ground level without the need of a crane, the blades remotely open to take their patented shape and watch the turbine spin at an optimal rotation speed of 80-RPM.

To enable these live demonstrations of the WIND-e20, CGE Energy’s engineering team, with assistance from Roush Industries, utilized the most advanced rapid prototyping technologies to fabricate the demonstration unit. Being well-equipped, Roush not only provides prototyped components for the demonstration units but also components of the 105-foot production turbines.

The CGE and Roush teams currently work on building other demonstrations units to facilitate pre-sales of the production WIND-e20 turbines.

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