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Navajo Wind Energy Corp (CLBN) plagiarized press releases



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Just like with the other companies involved in this ring of companies (SAEI, FDEI, SRGE, and PGNE) Navajo Wind Energy Corp (CLBN) plagiarized it's management teams bios

http://www.atomicbobs.com/index.php?mode=read&id=581530

and plagiarized many of it's press releases including reusing a press releases.




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EXAMPLE #1

May 11, 2009 16:00 ET


http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Navajo-Wind-Announces-Final-Approval-Xinjiang-Wind-Farm-PPA-From-Local-Government-1228545.htm

Navajo Wind Announces Final Approval for Xinjiang Wind Farm PPA From Local Government

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - May 11, 2009) - Navajo Wind Energy Corp. (the "Company" and formerly Caliber Energy Inc.) (PINKSHEETS: CLBN) announces that it has received a letter of final approval from the local regional Mayor for the Xinjiang Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

As per China's Renewable Energy Law, the Power Purchase Agreement with the local utility is mandated by the central Government of China. Through this legislation, the State officially encourages the construction of renewable energy power facilities. China's electricity grid is obligated to purchase all the electricity generated by approved renewable energy facilities located in its service area. The grid's buying price for renewables is set by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), a regulatory department of the State Council. The company awaits final pricing and terms from the NDRC.

Navajo is extremely pleased with this development and is assured that the Company will have this long awaited news from the Province before September, along with wind farm construction permit.


"We would like to thank everyone involved in this project for all of their hard work in attaining this tremendous accomplishment," says Barry Doyle, President of Navajo Wind Energy Corp. The details of the PPA will be formally announced within the next few weeks with terms, conditions and pricing.

In addition, the Company looks forward to finalizing the current information with the Pink Sheets OTC disclosure and news service.



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Dec 1, 2008 Wilwind Energy Press Release:

http://www.welwind.com/ir-news_releases_120108.php

Welwind Announces Final Approval for Zhanjiang Wind Farm PPA From Local Government

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 1, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Welwind Energy International Corp. (OTC BB:WWEI.OB - News) (the ``Company'') announces that it has received a letter of final approval from the local regional Mayor for the Zhanjiang Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

As per China's Renewable Energy Law, the Power Purchase Agreement with the local utility is mandated by the central Government of China. Through this legislation, the State officially encourages the construction of renewable energy power facilities. China's electricity grid is obligated to purchase all the electricity generated by approved renewable energy facilities located in its service area. The grid's buying price for renewables is set by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), a regulatory department of the State Council. The company awaits final pricing and terms from the NDRC.

The company is extremely pleased with this development and is assured that we will have this long awaited news from the Province before Christmas along with our construction permit. ``Although this only represents approximately 1/8 of our new business plan, this is a paramount achievement for Welwind. We would like to thank our employees and partners for all of their hard work in attaining this monumental accomplishment,'' says Larry McNabb, President of Welwind Energy International.

The details of the PPA will be formally announced within the next few weeks with terms, conditions and pricing.





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EXAMPLE #2

May 18, 2009 06:00 ET


http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Navajo-Opens-New-Corporate-Office-in-Xinjiang-China-1226763.htm

Navajo Opens New Corporate Office in Xinjiang China

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - May 18, 2009) - Navajo Wind Energy Corp. (the "Company" and formerly Caliber Energy Inc.) (PINKSHEETS: CLBN) announces that on May 12, 2009, an opening ceremony was held for the launch of the new Xinjiang Wind Farm Corporate Office. In attendance were staff and local officials.


"We are pleased with the official launch of our office in Xinjiang and have received a warm welcome from the local business community. Our core group of staff at this location is working diligently towards the establishment of the first wind farm of this scale in the region," says George Brock, Director of Navajo Wind.



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May 8, 2008 Welwind Press Release:

http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/news.html?d=142307

Welwind Energy International Corp. Opens New Corporate Office in Yangxi, China

SAN DIEGO, May 8, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Welwind Energy International Corp. (OTCBB:WWEI) (the "Company"), announces that on April 20, 2008, an opening ceremony was held for the launch of the new Yangxi Windfarm Corporate Office. In attendance were staff and local officials.
Despite torrential rain and hurricane-force winds, all welcomed the company's new presence in the Yangxi Area.

"We are pleased with the official launch of our office in Yangxi and have received a warm welcome from the local business community. Our core group of staff at this location is working diligently towards the establishment of the community's first wind farm," says Tammy Lynn McNabb.






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EXAMPLE #3

Jul 21, 2009 16:35 ET


http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Navajo-Signs-Wind-Turbine-Manufacturing-Supply-Agreement-With-China-Lao-Gaixian-Wind-1216168.htm

Navajo Signs Wind Turbine Manufacturing Supply Agreement With China Lao Gaixian Wind L.P. With an Estimated Value of US$65 Million

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - July 21, 2009) - Navajo Wind Energy Corp. (the "Company" and formerly Caliber Energy Inc.) (PINKSHEETS: CLBN) announces today that it has signed a wind turbine manufacturing supply agreement (the "Agreement") for the delivery and commissioning of 53 750 KW wind turbines to China Lao Gaixian Wind L.P., represented by PCA Wind Power OA Inc., for its 120.80 MW wind farm project in Liaoning Province, China (the "China Lao Gaixian Project").

"We are quite excited about the Agreement for the China Lao Gaixian Project. This project has a strategic value to Navajo as it represents our first order through our joint venture with Mingchuang Energy Manufacturing Co. Ltd.," said Barry Doyle, President and Chief Executive Officer of Navajo. "We are pleased to be working with a proven developer such as PCA Wind Power OA Inc. and we look forward to the beginning of the manufacturing phase of this agreement."

The Agreement includes provisions for supplying the China Lao Gaixian Project with 53 complete wind turbines, as well as testing and commissioning services. As is common practice for agreements of this nature in the wind industry, the turbine supply agreement is subject to a "notice to proceed," to be given by China Lao Gaixian Wind L.P. once a number of condition precedents have been met to PCA Wind Power's satisfaction and once final permitting, approvals and financing have been obtained by both parties. Under the Agreement, delivery of turbines would occur during the second quarter of 2010 provided that a notice to proceed is given in the fall of 2009. The Agreement also provides for operations and maintenance services to be provided to China Lao Gaixian Wind L.P. over a two-year period.
This agreement is anticipated to result in approximately US$65 million in revenue over its duration.



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May 11, 2009 AAER press release:

http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/May2009/11/c2395.html

AAER signs a turbine supply agreement with Mont Louis Wind L.P. for delivery of 61 A-1650 wind turbines

MONTREAL, May 11 /CNW/ - AAER Inc. (TSX-V: AAE), ("AAER" or the
"Company"), Canada's only original equipment manufacturer of wind
turbines of 1 megawatt ("MW") and more, announced today that it has signed a conditional turbine supply agreement (the "Agreement") for the delivery and commissioning of 61 1.65 MW wind turbines to Mont Louis Wind L.P., represented by NPI Wind Power GP II Inc. and Northland Power Wind GP II Inc. ("Northland Power"), for its 100.65 MW wind farm project in Saint-Maxime-du-Mont-Louis, Quebec, Canada (the "Mont Louis Project").

"We are quite excited about the Agreement for the Mont Louis Project. This project has a strategic value to AAER as it represents our lead order for the A-1650" said Dave Gagnon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company. "We are pleased to be working with a proven developer such as Northland Power and we look forward to the beginning of the manufacturing phase of this agreement."

The Agreement includes provisions for supplying the Mont Louis Project with 61 complete wind turbines with cold weather packages, a SCADA operating system as well as testing and commissioning services. As is common practice for agreements of this nature in the wind industry, the turbine supply agreement is subject to a "notice to proceed", to be given by Mont Louis Wind L.P. once a number of conditions precedent have been met to Northland Power's satisfaction and once final permitting, approvals and financing have been obtained by both parties. Under the Agreement, delivery of turbines would occur during the third quarter of 2010 provided that a notice to proceed is given in the summer of 2009. The Agreement also provides for operations and maintenance services to be provided to Mont Louis Wind L.P. over a two-year period.







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