AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - Jan 23, 2013) - Building Turbines, Inc. (
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John Graham, CEO of Building Turbines, commented: "With the addition of Paul Getty, and other recent developments in the business, our next obvious step is for Building Turbines to complete and submit a full financial audit. Fully audited financials will provide transparency to our investors, and assist in our goals of moving up to a major market."
About Building Turbines, Inc.
Based in Austin, Texas, Building Turbines, Inc. is a renewable energy company focused primarily on designing, manufacturing and deploying patented revolutionary rooftop mounted, horizontal-axis wind turbines that can bring the dream of clean, affordable wind energy to a reality. The turbines are mounted on a strong steel frame, with a low rooftop signature, requiring minimal maintenance, and generating almost no noise or vibration.
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