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About Mass Megawatts Wind Power Inc.

Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. (OTCBB: MMMW) is a leader in the development of low-cost, clean energy systems designed to meet the increasing global demand for energy through the use of environmentally-friendly technologies. This includes patented innovations for solar power systems that provide an economical option for commercial and residential users interested in green energy applications.

About Mass Megawatts Solar Power

Mass Megawatts recently announced the company’s entry into the $12 billion, US solar power market with the development of a new solar tracking technology that significantly increases the level of energy produced by solar power systems. This innovative design, combined with substantial government incentives, has created an unprecedented opportunity for residential and commercial electric users.

The patent pending, Mass Megawatts ‘Solar Tracking System’ (STS) is a complete solar power system that’s designed to continually adjust the position of solar panels to receive the optimal level of direct sunlight throughout the day. Unlike other solar tracking technologies, the Mass Megawatts STS utilizes a low-cost structure that adds stability to the overall system while improving solar energy production by 22 to 28%.

In addition, substantial federal, state, and local incentives are available that can significantly reduce the total cost of a solar power investment. With these favorable government incentives, a large percentage of capital costs can be recouped in the first year of service, and can exceed 50% of total investment expenditures. Combined with the ongoing energy savings and revenue from the STS, an excellent return on investment can be realized with payback projected to occur within the third year for many customers.

Starting at 5 kW rated units, a Mass Megawatts STS system is appropriate for home and small business locations, and can be scaled to meet capacity requirements at commercial installations. Mass Megawatts coordinates all aspects of system delivery, including permitting, installation, and working to obtain any available tax incentives. They monitor the performance of each system, and provide a full, performance guarantee.

About Mass Megawatts Wind Power

Mass Megawatts has continued development efforts in wind power technology to bring a product to the renewable energy marketplace capable of producing electricity at a cost 30% lower than other wind power equipment. Designed on a paradigm that ‘lower height, lower wind speeds and lower costs equal higher profits’, this technology puts MAT electricity generation on a competitive footing with fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas.

Mass Megawatts holds exclusive patent rights to the Multi-Axis Turbo system (MAT) for 11% of the global territory, with 50% territorial rights in the United States. Installed wind energy in the U.S. Market is growing by over 25% annually.

A ‘Smart Grid’ Energy Solution: MAT technology fits perfectly into the localized ‘distributed energy models’ that have been adopted by Federal and State agencies to promote energy independence and the re-design of our power transmission and distribution network into a national ‘Smart Grid’.

Energy planners nationwide have been seeking an adaptable, scalable ‘wind power solution’ that will be welcomed by local communities. Mass Megawatts MAT technology meets this challenge on every level. Adaptable to both high and lower wind resource regions and economically scalable to meet electric supply requirements from small users to large utilities, the MAT technology is the first wind power technology that allows purchasers to size their electric generation facility to fit their usage needs.

Traditionally, wind power adopters have found themselves in the position of having to purchase systems that either provided more generation capacity then they needed, or, conversely, walk away ‘shorthanded.’ The MAT’s modular technology basis puts the ‘sizing’ decision making on the customer’s side of the table, not the vendor’s. Uncounted numbers of municipal, agricultural and business wind power projects have been abandoned on the basis of the purchaser’s not being able to acquire equipment that could be sized to their needs and budget.

Low Height = Community Acceptability: Mass Megawatts is recognized as the vendor of choice for utilities, communities, businesses and other wind power generation adopters who are seeking a lower cost, community friendly, renewable energy solution. MAT technology is readily accepted by local communities, where resistance to ‘tall tower’ wind farms is legendary. Ranging between 50 feet to a maximum of 80 feet in overall height, MAT units boast extremely productive generation capability in areas with lower wind speeds, where ‘tall tower’ utility-scaled projects simply are not financially feasible or successful.

Durability & Low Cost Maintenance: This winning equation is further enhanced by the overall ruggedness and low maintenance requirements of the MAT units. Our equipment is rated to withstand winds of up to 120 mph, with all mechanical and electrical components located close to ground level. Projected maintenance costs are 50% less than the wind power industry’s average.

Unlimited Potential: The geographic footprint of lower wind speed regions both suitable and profitable for MAT technology is several times greater than that of ‘tall tower wind,’ with its requirement for extremely high wind resources.


Management and Staff

Jonathan Ricker, serves as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors.

For the past 20 years, Mr. Ricker has been involved in Product development, Strategic Planning, and Market Evaluations in growing businesses. He founded and operated a business consulting service for over 6 years. He also served as Senior Registered Options Principal in the Investment Banking industry for five years, which provided insight into the significant long-term opportunities provided by wind energy.

Mr. Ricker has been active in the wind energy research community since 1991. His involvement includes lobbying for the federal renewable energy tax credit in Washington, DC that was passed in 1998. He holds a BS in Business and AD in Accounting from Bentley College.

Gary Bedell, currently serves as Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Bedell has over 23 years of experience in electrical and engineering management with several years of technical experience including structural, mechanical, and computer engineering related work. Mr. Bedell has been involved with the planning and construction of projects requiring factory automation, production line planning and other process engineering related activities.

Michael A. Cook, serves as a consultant and Project Finance advisor for the Company on a part time basis.

Mr. Cook has over 25 years of experience in financial risk mitigation and management including a 15 year involvement with wind energy. He understands the challenges of renewable Technologies being experimental and lacking sufficient historical long life data of traditional energy projects. His first wind energy financial risk package was underwritten by Continental Insurance Company in 1984. Mike has been developing structured financial risk mitigation programs that give added assurance of debt repayment to project lenders involved in new energy technology. Mr. Cook gained his experience in new project finance risk mitigation during his 10 year post as the Pacific Regional Manger of Special Risk Property and Machinery Department of the Continental Insurance Company. Mike managed a staff, which included professional division managers and 5 satellite offices. He also served 3 years as an Executive Underwriter at the Special Risk Facilities/Energy Technical Department of the CIGNA Corporation. Mike was involved in the development of financial risk mitigation methods for new projects for several energy companies including Ormat, Mission Energy, TOSCO, PG&E, SMUD, Colorado Public Service, LUZ Solar, and many wind projects. Mike’s tools for mitigating risk include: Special Financial risk programs which may include financial guarantees, political risk coverage, physical risk protection and even weather risk insurance coverage including the lack of good wind. With proper documentation generated by project due diligence and local public data, financial guarantees of the course of nature are available.

Thomas M. Dill serves as Consulting Director of Corporate Services for the company.

Mr. Dill has over 25 years of Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering, and Facilities Management experience. Most recently, he was the Director of Real Estate and Facilities for MKE-Quantum Corporation responsible for three facilities with operations in the US and Indonesia. Prior to MKEQC, Mr. Dill spent nine years as Director of Real Estate and Corporate Planning for two high-tech companies. He worked as an industrial engineering manager in the semiconductor industry. His project management responsibilities included construction of a $20 million class 1, clean room facility for semiconductor manufacturing, a $35 million office building expansion, and a $6 million loading dock and chemical storage facility. Mr. Dill is a licensed Massachusetts Construction Supervisor. He holds a BS in Business Administration from Boston University.

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Company Information:

Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc.
95 Prescott Street
Worcester, MA 01605

Phone:  508.751.5432

Fax:  508.842.1586


CIK:  0001117228





Mass Megawatts offers a variety of low-cost, high-efficiency, solar power solutions that are ideal for residential and business locations. Each system is designed for durable, long-term, maintenance-free operation, with scalable capacity to meet the energy needs of residential, small commercial, and large commercial customers.

A Solar Power System from Mass Megawatts can significantly lower your electrical bill while adding value to your home or business. While it depends on several factors, typical savings for Solar Power customers can range between 20 to 50%.

Also, with available government incentives for solar power investments, you may be able to recoup a large percentage of the system cost after the first year. (This includes a 30% Federal tax credit for solar power investments.) In some cases, you may be able to recover close to 50% of the original cost within the first year. This is a great opportunity to save money while switching to an environmentally-friendly energy source.

Solar power systems from Mass Megawatts utilize an innovative, solar-tracking technology within a patent-pending, structural design to increase energy generation levels while also reducing material costs. This allows Mass Megawatts to offer solar power solutions at industry-low, price levels.

Depending on where you live, there can also be significant state and local incentives available for homeowners and businesses that invest in solar. These programs allow you to recoup thousands of dollars after the first year of installation. This includes state solar rebates and also with Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SREC) programs. Not only can these reduce the initial cost, but can provide ongoing revenues for solar power producers.

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Mass Megawatts makes the process to go Solar easy. They handle all aspects of system installation and delivery, including a free site-evaluation and proposal to help you fully understand the cost and benefits of making the switch to Solar.

Mass Megawatts also provides a full guarantee on the operational performance of the system. Simply put, if it doesn’t generate the expected level of energy, then Mass Megawatts will pay you the difference. Likewise, any needed maintenance and/or repairs are fully covered for the first 10 years as well.

To get started, please fill out the contact form above to find out how you much money you can save by switching to solar power. We look forward to helping you go solar!








Affordable Green Energy

Mass Megawatts is proud to offer affordable, renewable-energy plans to residential and commercial electricity users in several states, including New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Illinois. The discounted plans comply with renewable energy standards, and can provide substantial savings to electricity and natural gas users through the use of environmentally-friendly, green energy.

  • Great way to save up to 40% or more on your electric and/or gas bills.
    Easy to enroll – online, by phone, or through the mail.
    No contracts to sign.  No up-front payments.  Cancel any time.
    Your utility company stays the same with the same reliable services.
    You’re helping the environment by switching to a clean energy source.
    For commercial consumers, we also offer Free Energy Evaluation   services to identify additional cost savings opportunities.

With the deregulation of energy, consumers can now select the energy supplier of their choice, while still keeping their same utility company. Through a simple and easy enrollment process, residential and commercial customers can elect to switch to an environmentally-friendly, low-cost energy plan with Mass Megawatts Wind Power.

As a leader in the development of low-cost, wind-power systems, Mass Megawatts has leveraged its industry-knowledge and wholesale power agreements to offer affordable green energy rates to individual and business customers. While rates depend on several factors, typical savings for Mass Megawatt’s electricity customers range from 10 to 20%, and can exceed 40% in some cases.

For instance, in some areas, Mass Megawatts is currently offering a variable rate, electricity plan (utilizing 20% green energy) at a rate approaching 3 cents per kWh. You can compare this rate to the rate shown on your electric bill to calculate the difference in your territory. In many cases, the potential savings can be significant and exceed 40%. Customers have the satisfaction of saving money with a Mass Megawatts energy plan with the added knowledge that they’re also helping the environment.

When you choose Mass Megawatts as your power supplier, you receive many benefits…

  • Low-cost electricity and/or natural gas plans that can provide substantial savings.
    Helps the environment through the use of green-energy sources, like wind.
    Your utility company stays the same and continues to provide you with the same reliable services, like meter reading, bill processing, service, etc.
    Easy and free enrollment process. No SSN or credit checks, no up-front payments, etc.
    No contracts or long-term commitments required.  You can cancel at any time.
    No interruption in your power service when switching to a Mass Megawatt’s energy plan.
    Multiple plans are offered, including 20% or 100% Green-Energy and variable rate plans.
    Supports innovation that protects the environment, and limits climate impact, through the reduction of harmful, fossil-fuel emissions.

The deregulation of energy allows residential and business consumers to choose their power supplier.  This has created a competitive marketplace where customers can choose from a wide list of qualified power suppliers based on criteria such as cost and renewable-energy providers.   You’re not required to pick a specific power supplier, and if you haven’t chosen one in the past, your utility will assign you to a default power supplier and rate.   Unfortunately, this doesn’t guarantee that you’re receiving the lowest-rate and/or an environmentally friendly power source.

It’s important to note that your utility company (or carrier) doesn’t change when you select a different power supplier.  You continue to be a customer of your current utility and you continue to receive the same reliable services .  The utility continues to read your meter, provide you with a monthly statement, correct any service problems, and process your monthly payments.  The only thing that changes is where the utility gets your energy from.

It’s an easy and quick process to switch to a discounted electricity and/or natural gas plan from Mass Megawatts.  There’s no cost to enroll, no contract to sign, no credit card or SSN is needed, and you can terminate the plan at any time. You simply contact us (using the form below) and we’ll get back to you to provide you with the plan rates, your estimated monthly savings, answer any questions you may have, and walk you through the simple, online-enrollment process.

At Mass Megawatts Wind Power, we are committed to delivering quality, low-cost, green energy plans and power-generation systems to residential and commercial customers.  You can view more information about our affordable green energy plans on our FAQ’s page.

Please fill-out the contact form below to learn more about switching to a Mass Megawatt’s energy plan and/or to enroll. . If preferred, you can also call us directly at 508-751-5432 for assistance. (Please have a recent electric and/or gas bill available when speaking with us. Thank you)







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#3729  Sticky Note MASS MEGAWAT WIND PW (OTCMKTS:MMMW) Shorted Shares Decreased TraderpennyX 12/30/15 02:18:17 PM
#3331  Sticky Note *** Solar Tracker Market To Reach $6.83 Billion TraderpennyX 08/17/15 11:36:37 AM
#3740   Hey Solaeman, Best wishes for a happy new Gaintrader 01/12/16 12:29:10 AM
#3739   lol ! at least your honest. Not valleyview 01/12/16 12:26:45 AM
#3738   it's on fire!!!!! like burning down wmyers4u2 01/11/16 11:32:56 PM
#3737   whoo ! down another 37% today ! valleyview 01/11/16 11:18:47 PM
#3736   MMMW down another 3% plus today wmyers4u2 01/06/16 07:16:35 PM
#3735   and MMMW is still broke and for all wmyers4u2 01/06/16 07:15:18 PM
#3734   OIL down! RENEWABLE ENERGY up! TraderpennyX 01/06/16 10:09:21 AM
#3733   Nice MMMW! Over 50MA line! TraderpennyX 01/06/16 09:43:42 AM
#3732   Has the snow melted yet? How many years=soon? Gaintrader 01/05/16 08:15:52 PM
#3731   MMMW down over 5% on over 4 times wmyers4u2 12/30/15 05:03:15 PM
#3730   So short interest went from $77.00 to wmyers4u2 12/30/15 04:54:17 PM
#3729   MASS MEGAWAT WIND PW (OTCMKTS:MMMW) Shorted Shares Decreased TraderpennyX 12/30/15 02:18:17 PM
#3728   I guess so. cashforme 12/28/15 12:41:02 PM
#3727   wouldn't it be boring if we were all wmyers4u2 12/28/15 11:43:25 AM
#3726   All I know is that if I believed cashforme 12/25/15 05:08:09 AM
#3725   As a public service, of course you should wmyers4u2 12/24/15 06:00:17 PM
#3724   If you don't like this company why are cashforme 12/24/15 04:38:29 PM
#3723   I'm calling BS wmyers4u2 12/24/15 04:13:56 PM
#3722   Lets look at bashers, paid and unpaid and wmyers4u2 12/24/15 03:59:40 PM
#3721   I'm a small business owner and I get wmyers4u2 12/24/15 03:49:25 PM
#3720   Stock Bashers paid or unpaid will say many Solarman 12/24/15 03:03:57 PM
#3719   For the record wmyers4u2 12/24/15 02:21:52 PM
#3718   very good cheap entry........ wmyers4u2 12/24/15 02:14:13 PM
#3717   MMMW has no funding good or bad. They wmyers4u2 12/24/15 02:04:34 PM
#3716   No toxic debt! Very good cheap entry into TraderpennyX 12/24/15 01:48:21 PM
#3715   Mass Megawatts MMMW has no toxic debt Solarman 12/24/15 01:30:22 PM
#3714   there is no bottom. the company is virtually wmyers4u2 12/24/15 12:51:40 PM
#3713   It looks like a bottoming out! TraderpennyX 12/24/15 12:38:57 PM
#3712   Yup, only 18 months later now... and MMMW Gaintrader 12/22/15 04:44:51 PM
#3711   Seems like the same old story here. Capt_Smith77 12/21/15 06:43:57 PM
#3710   SEC complaint Filed wmyers4u2 12/18/15 08:57:05 AM
#3709   GE has money, lots of funding, an active wmyers4u2 12/18/15 08:31:00 AM
#3708   When did lying to investors, ignoring investors, and Gaintrader 12/18/15 08:26:57 AM
#3707   When did lying to investors, ignoring investors, and Gaintrader 12/18/15 08:26:29 AM
#3706   Toxic debt is horrible and the worst thing Solarman 12/17/15 11:54:23 PM
#3705   GE had booked $1 billion worth of Solarman 12/17/15 11:45:10 PM
#3704   When is the last time MMMW has said wmyers4u2 12/17/15 10:11:26 PM
#3703   thats funny because I don't see how a wmyers4u2 12/17/15 09:48:38 PM
#3702   I would rather have a SEC compliant company. wmyers4u2 12/17/15 09:41:16 PM
#3701   It is not uncommon for wind power companies Solarman 12/17/15 09:37:42 PM
#3700   Correction. ----12 plus 18 months after provisional or Solarman 12/17/15 09:29:35 PM
#3699   MMMW has no toxic debt unlike numerous companies. Solarman 12/17/15 09:14:11 PM
#3698   Patent applications are published 12 to 18 after Solarman 12/17/15 09:08:43 PM
#3697   Nearly 10 million dollars spent. wmyers4u2 12/17/15 08:55:17 PM
#3696   "developed using OUR money so why are they Gaintrader 12/17/15 06:13:14 PM
#3695   Here are a few examples of outdated company wmyers4u2 12/16/15 01:47:20 PM
#3694   4 names listed on this page above in stock talk 12/16/15 01:36:40 PM
#3693   The company has no staff. There is only wmyers4u2 12/16/15 01:35:00 PM
#3692   Sounds like CEO reduced staff I will be stock talk 12/16/15 12:34:02 PM
#3691   Facebook Announcement Update - kinda long, sorry wmyers4u2 12/16/15 12:22:01 PM