Juhl Wind Announces a Community Wind Energy System for Gunderson Lutheran Hospital

Juhl Wind is serving as the developer and construction manager for the community wind farm estimated to cost approximately $10 million.  "The GL Wind turbines project represents the 7th community wind farm project we have constructed in the past 2 years," stated Corey Juhl, Vice President of Development for Juhl Wind, Inc. "We think this level of activity is pretty much unmatched in the industry and is a direct result of the vast experience and credibility of our Juhl team. We are extremely proud of this track record and of our service to such important clients like Gunderson Lutheran."

GL Wind LLC is a community wind partnership made up of Gundersen Lutheran Hospital and a local investment partner. Juhl Wind has been working with GL Wind LLC for the past year and a half to move the project through the various development stages in order to get to the construction phase. The GL Wind system will utilize two Clipper Windpower C96 wind turbines with a nameplate capacity of 2.5 MWs each. The turbines will be operated at a combined capacity of 4.95 MW in order to meet distributed generation requirements established by MISO. Juhl is coordinating contractor activities, turbine supply and commissioning during the construction phase. Once completed, the GL Wind system is expected to generate approximately 14 million clean energy kWhs per year.

Juhl Wind is an established leader in Community Based Wind Power development and management, focused on wind farm projects throughout the United States and Canada. Juhl Wind pioneered community-based wind farms, developing the currently accepted financial, operational and legal structure providing local ownership of medium-to-large scale wind farms. To date, the Company has completed 18 wind farm projects and provides operations management and oversight across the portfolio.

Juhl Wind services every aspect of wind farm development from full development and ownership, general consultation, construction management and system operations and maintenance. With its acquisition of the Woodstock Hills wind farm in April of 2011, the Company now owns and operates a 10.2 MW wind farm. Through its Next Generation Power Systems subsidiary ("NextGen"), Juhl Wind also provides full sales and service to smaller, on-site wind and solar projects in addition to our larger Community Wind Farms. Juhl Wind is based in Woodstock, Minnesota and is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol JUHL.OB.