Press Release

Wind Works Power Corp: Debt Financing of 7.188 Million Euro Closed for Wind Park Burg I in Germany

July 6, 2011

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(MARKET WIRE)—July 6, 2011 – Wind Works Power Corp. (OTC BB:WWPW.OB - News)(Frankfurt:R5E1.F - News)(WKN: A0RPM2) is pleased to announce that debt financing equal to 7.188 million Euro (approx. $10 Million) has now been secured for its 50% owned, fully permitted 4 megawatt (MW) Wind Park Burg I project in Germany. The equity component necessary for construction was previously secured with the sale by Wind Works of half its interests in the project (announced in April 2011). Wind Park Burg I is the first phase of a 2-phase, 10MW wind energy project located near Magdeburg in the eastern part of Germany.

The 16-year debt financing includes 3.45 million Euro for the north turbine and 3.738 million Euro for the southern turbine, for a total of 7.188 million Euro and is subject to pre-construction and construction milestones.

Wind Park Burg I is fully permitted, fully financed and ready for construction to commence in the Fall 2011 through Wind WorksÂ’ wholly-owned German subsidiary Wind Works Development GmbH, which will act as general contractor. Wind Works announced in January 2011 that they have ordered 2 Enercon E82 turbines for the 4MW project.

“We are looking forward to commence construction on our first German project this Fall. We plan to move aggressively to expand our German project pipeline to a minimum of 100 MW within the next 12 months” commented Dr. Ingo Stuckmann, Wind WorksÂ’ President and CEO. ”In addition to Ontario, Canada and the United States, the German market is very important to our strategic diversification and overall growth objectives.”

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