Wind Works Power Awarded 80 MW of Wind Energy Contracts in Ontario

Wind Works Power Corp. (WWPW) (FRANKFURT: R5E1)(WKN: AOKE72) is pleased to announce that from the first contracts offered through the Ontario Power Authority’s (OPA) Feed-in-Tariff program, we have been notified that we will be offered 7 wind power purchase agreements for a total of 80 megawatts (MW), for the following wind farm projects:

— Ganaraska: 20 MW
— Settlers Landing: 10 MW
— Snowy Ridge: 10 MW
— Grey Highlands: 10 MW
— Clean Breeze: 10 MW
— Whispering Woods: 10 MW
— Cloudy Ridge (Skyway 126): 10MW

"Ontario`s pioneering Green Energy Act is now taking shape", comments Dr. Ingo Stuckmann, Wind Works’ President and CEO "the announced FIT Contracts push the door wide open for the 50,000 new green energy jobs Ontario wants to attract for the emerging North American wind energy market." With respect to the 7 FIT contracts offered to Wind Works, Dr. Stuckmann comments "this is a milestone event that we will leverage into significant growth opportunities in the near term."

For the 8 wind energy projects that were not offered contracts in this first round, all 8 wind turbines projects have been placed into an economic connection test (ECT) with the OPA, which is expected to be examined in mid-summer. This will assess the time at which grid expansions and upgrades will facilitate the connection of these projects. All 8 projects will maintain their priority time stamp and remain in their current queue position

Additional information regarding the announcement by the OPA regarding FIT contracts awarded April 8, 2010, please go to

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