New Texas Wind Park to be Developed by Here Enterprises

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Here Enterprises, Inc. is developing its first wind energy generation project in Floresville, Texas. Texas already leads the nation in wind power production with 9,727 MW of installed capacity.

According to the United States Department of Energy’s 2009 Wind Technologies Market Report published in August 2010, Texas again dominated in terms of new wind power capacity, with 2,292 MW installed in 2009 alone. Texas has more installed wind power than any other U.S. state and all but five countries worldwide.

The American Wind Energy Association reports that the six largest wind farms in the U.S. are now located in Texas. Texas currently has 9,727 MW of installed wind capacity, according to AWEA’s 3rd Quarter 2010 Market Report.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) reported in its 2009 Annual Report that wind accounted for 6.2% of Texas’s electricity production in 2009, up from 4.9% in 2008 and 2.9% in 2007.

Mark Ryun, CEO of Here Enterprises, commented, “Wind is as an excellent emissions-free, domestic and renewable energy source and Texas offers a plentiful supply. At Here Enterprises we are committed to harvesting abundant Texas wind to produce clean energy at our Cycle Ranch development project.”

Here Enterprises is developing a wind farm in Floresville, Texas near San Antonio. The Company’s newly acquired Cycle Ranch project hosts an established motocross speedway with ongoing revenue as well as ample acreage and exposure for wind power generation.

Here Enterprises is a developer of wind power, America’s fastest growing renewable energy resource. The Company is engaged in planning, developing, acquiring and operating wind farms in the United States to generate clean, profitable wind energy. Here Enterprises is developing wind energy projects which co-locate wind farms with commercial businesses in order to maximize cashflow for each project.

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