Wild Brush Energy Adds Large Scale Transport & Crane Company to Wind Farm Objectives

Wild Brush Energy (PINKSHEETS: WBRE) and EUROKRAN2 have agreed to collaborate in a large-scale wind power project. Representatives from both Companies initially began talks at the Husum Wind Energy Conference in Germany.

Eurokran2 would play a vital role in the transportation and erection of the massive towers, rotors and turbines involved in such a project. Specialized transports, cranes and crews are vital to the safety and instillation of these crucial precision parts. Eurokran2 has this experience.

Wild Brush Energy has initiated collaborations with a number of crucial players essential to their wind development objectives. Key negotiation partners include engineering companies, assessment and monitoring specialists, geology and wind mapping services, transport and erection experts, and a major turbine manufacture.

Wild Brush Energy estimates gross energy sales over the lifespan of their 120 MW project, to be upwards of $700-800 million. The estimated cost of the $270 million could be greatly offset through various renewable energy financing options, tax subsidies and minimal fixed energy rates. A project this size would also offset 260,000 tonnes of greenhouse gases and power 40,000 homes annually.

Wild Brush Energy Inc. is a diversified energy company whose goal is to identify and develop clean air energy producing alternatives. Wild Brush is presently exploring green energy producing opportunities such as large scale Commercial Wind Farms, Solar Energy Paneling prospects, and Small Scale Hydro Electric projects; both within North America and abroad.