Juhl Wind, Inc. to Install Wind Energy Facility for Honda Plant in Ohio

   Juhl Wind, Inc. to Install Wind Energy Facility for Honda Plant in Ohio

$8 Million Project Will Supply Honda Manufacturing Facility with Clean,
Renewable Energy

PR Newswire

PIPESTONE, Minn., Jan. 28, 2013

PIPESTONE, Minn., Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Juhl Wind, Inc., (OTCQB:
JUHL), an established leader in the renewable-energy industry with a focus on
Community-based Wind Power development, ownership and management, is pleased
to announce an agreement with Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc. to
develop, install and operate two utility-scale wind turbines that will
generate electricity for the plant in Russell's Point, Ohio.

Juhl Wind is providing full development services along with construction
management of the $8 million project, which is scheduled to be completed in
2013. Juhl acquired the development asset from Boulder, Colorado-based NexGen
Energy Partners in 2011, and Juhl is expected to take ownership in the project
under its Juhl Renewable Asset subsidiary. Juhl will be providing oversight
of the construction and ongoing operation of the turbines.

Corey Juhl, Juhl Wind's vice president of Project Development comments, "We
are very pleased and honored to partner with Honda on this industry-leading
initiative. The Honda Wind Project represents a growing niche within our
renewable energy development services, which includes installing 'behind the
meter' wind and solar facilities for large industrial electricity users and
corporate clients. Our goal is to continue to grow this sector of our business
by providing quality development services to companies that are looking to
utilize renewable energy at their planned or existing facilities."

Once the turbines begin operating later this year, the Honda transmission
plant will be the first major automotive manufacturing facility in the United
States to obtain a substantial amount of its electricity directly from wind
turbines located on its property. The turbines, with blades approximately 160
feet long, will be installed on 260-foot towers on Honda Transmission
property, which is suited for a maximum of two wind turbines.

An evaluation of the project shows that renewable energy from the two wind
turbines will supply approximately 10 percent of the plant's electricity,
while also reducing CO[2] emissions. Studies commissioned by Honda
Transmission indicate that wind-generated power is a cost-effective source of
electricity for the plant, and that the project will not adversely impact
local wildlife or the environment.

Honda Transmission vice president Gary Hand said: "This is just one of many
ways that Honda is seeking to reduce our environmental footprint, and we
appreciate the experience and knowledge that Juhl Wind is bringing to this
unique wind-generation project. In our own ways, both Honda and Juhl are
committed to reducing CO[2] emissions."

Globally, Honda has established voluntary goals to reduce the environmental
impact of its products and manufacturing operations by 2020. This includes a
30 percent reduction in CO[2] emissions from Honda products, and significant
CO[2] reductions from the company's plants and other operations, compared with
year 2000 levels. To achieve these new environmental targets, Honda is
accelerating its efforts to advance the environmental performance of its
products and operations throughout its North American Region.

There are hundreds of manufacturing facilities similar in size to Honda's
transmission plant across the country that are candidates for
alternative-energy resources such as wind and solar, Juhl said. As a
recognized industry leader and proven developer of over 237 MW's of wind power
to date, Juhl is well positioned to acquire additional projects throughout the
country to assist in the reduction of our manufacturing carbon footprint and
the diversification of our national energy policy.

About Honda

Honda Motor Company, Ltd. (NYSE: HMC) established operations in America in
1959, and now employs more than 26,000 associates in its U.S. sales, R&D and
manufacturing operations with a capital investment of more than $12.5
billion. Based on its longstanding commitment to "build products close to the
customer" Honda operates 14 major manufacturing facilities in North America,
producing a wide range of Honda and Acura automobiles, automobile engines and
transmissions, Honda all-terrain vehicles, and power equipment products such
as lawn mowers, mini-tillers and general purpose engines, using domestic and
globally sourced parts. Honda also operates major research and development
centers in the U.S. that fully design, develop and engineer many of the
products Honda produces in North America.

About Juhl Wind, Inc.

Juhl Wind, Inc. is an established leader in the renewable energy industry with
a focus on Community Based Wind Power development, ownership and management
throughout the United States and Canada. Juhl Energy pioneered
Community-Based wind farms, developing the currently accepted financial,
operational and legal structure providing local ownership of medium-to-large
scale wind farms. To date, the Company has completed 22 wind farm projects
and provides operations management and oversight across the portfolio. Juhl
Energy services every aspect of wind farm development from full development
and ownership, general consultation, construction management and system
operations and maintenance. With its consolidation of the Valley View, Winona
County and Woodstock Hills wind farm; the Company has now invested in and
operates 21.7 MWs of wind power through its independent power producer ("IPP")
subsidiary, Juhl Renewable Assets, Inc. Through its subsidiary, Juhl
Renewable Energy Systems, Inc. ("JRES"), the Company also provides full sales
and service to smaller, on-site wind and solar projects in addition to our
larger Community Wind Farms. With its acquisition of Power Engineers
Collaborative, Juhl provides a full range of engineering services to the
energy industry, building systems markets and heavy industry. Juhl Energy is
based in Pipestone, Minnesota and has offices in Chicago, Minneapolis, Madison
and Milwaukee. Juhl is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol JUHL. Additional
information is available at the Company's website at www.juhlwind.com or by
calling (507) 562-8090.

For more information, contact:
Juhl Wind Investor Relations
Jody Janson
Phone: (888) 438-JUHL (888-438-5845) 
Email: jody@istockdaily.com


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1995 including statements that reflect Juhl Energy's current expectations
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and wind farm assets mentioned herein. These risks are referenced in Juhl
Energy's current 10K or as may be described from time to time in Juhl Energy's
subsequent SEC filings; and such factors as incorporated by reference

SOURCE Juhl Wind, Inc.

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