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Can CGE Energy Step Up U.S. Manufacturing With Solar Or Is It Blowing In The Wind?

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Summary

CGE Energy is setting the bar offering wind, solar, and more.

CGE partnership with Burtek for wind turbine manufacturing.

CGE to open several additional strategic locations.

Energy Service Provider CGE Energy (OTCPK:CGEI) is setting the bar in the Green Energy Sector providing much more than the norm offered by SolarCity (Nasaq:SCTY), SunRun (Nasdaq:RUN), and Sunedison (NYSE: SUNE) who target specific energy needs and solutions.

CGE Energy has now raised the bar offering wind and solar solutions while also reducing a facility's energy consumption with complete lighting retrofits using state of the art Cree LED Lighting, all without upfront cost to its customers.

According to CGE, reducing grid demand by reducing a facility's energy consumption is the first step towards energy independence.

CGE, unlike the others, integrates the best of the best using Cree (Nasdaq:CREE) LED Lighting and industry leading SolarWorld (OTC: OTCPK:SRWRF) products made in the U.S.A. together with CGE's very own state of the art patented wind turbine erected at the customer's location.

According to a CGE press release dated July 23, 2015, CGE has partnered with Manufacturer Burtek to roll out CGE's patented wind turbine later this year. When incorporating all three synergies into the mix to obtain absolute energy independence, a facility can qualify for having no upfront cost through CGE with the programs available.

The solar industry is booming by 30 to 40 percent annually. Will product manufacturing keep up the pace supplying solar panels and equipment? Or will steel manufacturing make new strides with CGE's 105 foot tall wind turbine, weighing in at roughly 35 tons of steel per unit.

Industrial sized horizontal wind turbines like those of Vestas Wind Systems (NYSE:DK) and GE Energy (NYSE:GE) stand 350 feet tall including blades. The total weight of such wind turbines is 164 tons.

According to a CGE press release dated August 6, 2015, CGE Energy has signed a power purchase agreement with YMCA of greater Toledo for installations targeting it's Jackson Michigan Storer Camps location as a proving ground when the turbine manufacturing is complete. Multiple turbines are proposed.

According to a CGE press release from August 5, 2015, CGE's Chicago location on Canal St. will act as a hub to expand its presence to 10 additional strategic locations over the next 2 years. It would be accurate to predict significant growth in the coming years with CGE Energy who is well poised to meet global challenges and demands we are facing today. With a significantly small public float of less than 3 million according to OTC Markets, the luster is just beginning to shine through this diamond in the rough.

As sure as the wind blows, CGE Energy has a bright future.

Disclosure: I am/we are long CGEI,CLF.