Clean Wind Energy, a renewable energy company, has chosen a site in the United States to construct its first Downdraft Tower, a green renewable energy facility. The facility will be located in San Luis, Arizona and will produce clean electricity in an efficient and cost-effective manner. It eliminates residual waste, fuel usage and carbon footprint. In addition, the Downdraft Tower prevents the damaging effects generated by conventional power sources such as nuclear or fossil fuels.
Clean Wind Energy has planned to build two Downdraft Tower alternative energy facilities as well as a component parts assembly facility at the San Luis site. The company expects that each tower can produce sufficient electricity to power nearly 1,600,000 residences. The renewable energy company will sell the generated electricity to the grid. . . . .