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eWind Solutions has joined the Renew Oregon coalition and our story was recently posted to their website. Have a read and consider how you can help promote renewable energy and sustainable technologies in your life.
Read the full story here:

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eWind is in the news again. This time Wendy Owen from the Oregonian visited us at our workshop and got an introduction to our technology. Unfortunately, no wind that day, so just a simple demonstration indoors.

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Happy National Agriculture Day!
Our team is celebration at the Salem Precision Farming Expo. #PFE2015

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More good news to share. :-)
The headline is supposed to be $ 100,000

After David won the Westside Pub Talk Pitch Contest this Tuesday, he got interviewed and then featured in Beaverton Valley Times. Below is a small snippet from the article:
"David Schaefer started his sales speech by bringing the audience back to feeling the tug on a string the first time they learned to fly a kite.
'That pull is energy,' said Schaefer, introducing his Beaverton-based eWind Solutions on Monday night. 'Our desire is to power the world with the energy of kites.'"

Had an exciting evening at the Westside Pub Talk Pitch Contest tonight...our CEO did a 3- minute pitch and we won first place and a cash price. We were 1 of 11 companies competing. Congrats David B Schaefer and thank you to all our supporters.

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We are looking to expand our team with an aerodynamics guru! If you know someone interested in pioneering tethered flight please let them know of this opportunity. Read more about the job and the challenges on our site:

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Bjarke Kronborg, our Director of Business Development, was recently portrayed in the Portland State Future Forward MBA magazine. Take a look and get a better understanding of our team.

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Oregon is considering new rules around equity crowdfunding. Sustainable Business Oregon is polling the community to see if there is a lot of support. So what do you think about this? Is it a good idea or not? Should eWind participate? Let us know.
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