Juhl Wind has funding for two wind farms totaling $86 million

Woodstock, Minn., October 13, 2010 – Juhl Wind, Inc. recently executed agreements for the construction financing and planned permanent financing for the Adams and Danielson wind farm projects located in Meeker County in West Central Minnesota.

The projects total about $86 million in value. In addition to acting as the developer of the wind power projects, Juhl will also provide construction oversight. Construction is planned to begin shortly and to be completed in a matter of months.

The company first announced the development of these projects less than one year ago when it successfully secured the 20-year power purchase agreements with Xcel Energy, the electric utility based in Minneapolis.

“Taken together, these two projects amount to the largest construction Juhl will oversee to date and represent the continued growth of the company,” stated Dan Juhl, Chairman and CEO of Juhl Wind, Inc. “Along with the recent launch of our Winona County project, we now have three projects well underway in 2010. While a significant amount of project costs do not flow through Juhl as revenue, these projects still provide us with a mix of development fee and construction revenue leading to a very strong fourth quarter for the company.”

The Adams and Danielson Wind farms are typical of Juhl Wind’s community-owned wind farm projects. The projects consist of a locally-controlled LLC made up of Meeker County residents and institutional financial partners.

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