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NaiKun Wind Energy Group Inc.:
Michael J. O’Connor, P.Eng, Corporate Leader

Saturday, May 10, 2008


Michael J. O’Connor, P.Eng
From The Globe and Mail

NaiKun Wind Energy Group Inc. Chairman Michael C. Burns is proud to announce a new world class team that will lead the Company through the construction, development and operation of the proposed NaiKun offshore wind project in Hecate Strait.

NaiKun Wind Generating Inc. (GenCo)

Owned jointly with ENMAX Corporation, GenCo is tasked with financing and constructing the physical generating assets and will be the owner of the wind project.

Michael J. O’Connor, P.Eng, President & CEO, GenCo

Known for his ability to successfully manage and deliver major transportation projects, Michael O’Connor has been at the forefront of several groundbreaking infrastructure achievements in British Columbia. Currently, he serves as the project director for the $1.7 billion Canada Line Rapid Transit Project; responsible for its design, construction and commissioning by the 2010 Winter Olympics. He also served as President and CEO of BC Transit, and led the design, construction and operation of British Columbia’s first automated light rail line, the Skytrain System, completed for Expo '86.

NaiKun Wind Energy Group Inc. (TSX-V: NKW) is a Vancouver-based energy company that has traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (and its predecessors) since 1967. Since 2000, the company has focused on renewable energy. Its subsidiary, NaiKun Wind Development Inc., is engaged in the development of a major offshore wind project off the coast of British Columbia in an area known as the Haida Energy Field. Interested parties are invited to visit the company's website at www.naikun.ca. Western Management Consultants led Naikun’s executive search for these senior positions.


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