Cielo Wind Power Launches

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Pixeldust has announced the launch of the newly refreshed Cielo Wind Power website. Having built the original site over 10 years ago, Pixeldust was pleased with Cielo’s emphatic response regarding the site’s performance and aesthetics over the years. For Cielo Wind Power version 2.0, Pixeldust performed a complete overhaul by updating the interface, incorporating video and creating image galleries to accentuate Cielo’s growth over time. Pixeldust designed and developed a fresh, earthy look and feel to capture the heart of Cielo’s environmentally-friendly appeal.

Cielo Wind Power is a privately held wind energy development company based out of Austin, Texas that is committed to advancing cost-effective and environmentally responsible renewable energy solutions for utilities, marketers or aggregators who provide electric power throughout the southwestern United States. To date, they have developed 1,148 megawatts of wind energy generation facilities that produce enough electricity to power 350,000 homes with zero emissions. With wind energy, they have amassed an annual reduction of 1.6 million tons of carbon compared to conventional natural gas-fired generation.

Posted on October 21, 2018 in drupal News and Events, Omaha Drupal Development, Oregon Drupal Development, Pennsylvania Drupal Development, Philadelphia Drupal Development, Phoenix Drupal Development, Pittsburgh Drupal Development, Plano Drupal Development, Portland Drupal Development, Raleigh Drupal Development, Reno Drupal Development, Riverside Drupal Development, Rochester Drupal Development, Sacramento Drupal Development, San Antonio Drupal, San Antonio Drupal Development, San Antonio web design, San Diego Drupal Development, San Francisco Drupal Development, San Jose Drupal Development, Santa Ana Drupal Development, Scottsdale Drupal Development, Seattle Drupal Development, Shreveport Drupal Development, South Carolina Drupal Development, South Dakota Drupal Development, St. Louis Drupal Development, St. Paul Drupal Development, St. Petersburg Drupal Development, Stockton Drupal Development, Tampa Drupal Development, Tennessee Drupal Development, Texas Drupal Development, Tulsa Drupal Development, Utah Drupal Development, Vermont Drupal Development, Virginia Beach Drupal Development, Virginia Drupal Development, Washington Drupal Development, West Virginia Drupal Development, Wichita Drupal Development, Wisconsin Drupal Development, Wyoming Drupal Development

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