September 19, 2014 — 2014 Summer Update

Appollo Members,

  I wanted to provide an update on our progress. We are in the process of finalizing our agreement to manufacture our units with a large contract manufacturer. Our lead engineer Peter will be working with their design team to ensure our product maintains our efficiency and weight standards but is also manufacturable. We will then build a small number of units 5-10 for testing with the proper standardization and efficiency boards and also place a few in the field. This will allow for a final design ready for implementation in the marketplace.

We are also continuing to work with patent counsel on our new patent applications. We anticipate having patent pending status very soon and will fill you in on more detail when we can but are excited about the opportunities these new potential patents provide us and the value they add to the company.

We have also continued to lay the groundwork for the future by fostering relationships with other partners. Watsco is one of these potential partners, they are the largest HVAC distributor in the nation, and we met with them at their office in Coconut Grove to discuss our technology and how we see placing it in the market. They were very excited about the numerous applications and benefits and are looking forward to helping us execute a go to market strategy. We have a follow up meeting with them later this year. We also met with a handful of analysts and market strategists to discuss the growth of the company and impact on the marketplace.

I also wanted to let everyone know that we believe that we have the necessary funding in place to complete our go to market strategy and there has not been any dilution. We have a great group of investors and partners and look forward to moving forwards quickly and efficiently and accomplishing great things.

Dan Alride


Appollo Wind Technologies

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