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Small Cap Voice Featured Client: Dakshidin Corp. (DKSC.PK)

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Dakshidin Corporation produces a new type of windmill that is more powerful and productive. These windmills are produced and marketed through Dakshidin’s wholly owned subsidiary, RESTEC International Inc. Named the RESTEC Mark 10, this windmill pumps more water at a lower cost than any other windmill and – like all RESTEC windmills – works at any water depth and wind speed. The Company offers both the RESTEC Mark 10 windmill and the electricity-generating RESTEC Mark 10E wind turbine, both cost-effective designs that represent environmentally-friendly solutions to global energy needs.

Safe and abundant water is a basic human necessity worldwide, but one often lacking in developing countries. In these countries, the cost of obtaining available, potable water can cause delays in water supplies. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 1.1 billion people had no access to safe water in 2003. Global population growth and a rise in living standards in these countries continues to increase demand for cost-effective products that deliver potable water to growing populations.

DKSC’s Restec Mark 10 not only pumps more water at less cost, but it can pump from any depth and in more wind conditions than any other windmill available. The company has negotiated distributor agreements in the U.S., the Caribbean, Africa, China and India. The company has also created a joint venture in China.

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Dakshidin Corporation (DKSC.PK) is Blowing in the Wind with its Mark 10 Mill

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

There has been a lot of chatter surrounding Green and Renewable Energy. Renewable energy effectively uses natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat, all of which are naturally replenished. Renewable energy technologies range from solar power, wind power, hydroelectricity/micro hydro, biomass and biofuels for transportation.

We had once thought that with the creation of electricity, renewable energy like the windmill would be eliminated or declined greatly. But with the increases in energy prices, the expense of replacing electric pumps, and the world’s water crisis, there has been an increase in the repair, restoration and installation of new windmills made by companies like Dakshidin Corporation.

Throughout the world, especially in developing countries, there is a dire need for water to fulfill basic human self-sufficiency demands, and according to UN World Water Development, almost one-fifth of the world’s population lacks access to safe drinking water. For these developing countries, many lack the funds to gain access to good water. For example, in Bangalore people living in the slums typically collect water from a water tanker or from a polluted stream that can be as many as two miles away from their homes; therefore, we see the need for companies like Dakshidin and its windmill product.

Dakshidin believes that wind is free, reliable and renewable, and through its wholly owned subsidiary, RESTEC International Inc., Dakshidin produces the world’s most powerful pumping windmill. Initially conceived in 1990, the RESTEC Mark 10 is a high performance water pumping windmill which uses a unique rotating counterbalance system similar to pumps used in the oil industry. The windmill pumps and ensures a clean water supply and makes it possible to pump water to sites as far as 10 miles away. The pump is also environmentally friendly and cost-effective for developing countries that need funding in order to gain access to clean water.

With a very unique product comes a very unique team led by Chairman Richard K. Sutz, who brings more than 30 years of experience in the research, development and manufacture of renewable energy technologies. He is an internationally acknowledged expert in the development of low wind speed machines for water pumping and the developer of the Mark 10 Water Pumping Windmill. Working with Mr. Sutz is Nick Laroche, President, who has worked in the energy sector for several years in the development of related technologies.

The market for this product is huge as there are hundreds of countries in the world with populations numbering in the billions who can make good use of the Mark 10 Windmill. As the demand for water pumps increase, so will the demand for a cost effective solution, resulting in a huge potential market for millions of RESTEC Windmills. Already this year, Dakshidin plans to deliver their windmill pumps to the following: JCT Group in India; Kensam Echo-Tech Services Co. Ltd. in the province of Yunnan, China; Cervantes Windmill Corporation in the Caribbean and Casa Inc. in Central America.

Dakshidin’s future falls in line with the demand and supply chain. If the demand for renewable energy continues to grow and the company can supply these pumps, then it may have a very successful future in the industry. However the company still faces competition from its industry competitors like Aermotor’s manufactured windmill. The Restec Mark 10 is currently manufactured in China, while Aermotor manufactures in the USA and claims the best windmill at the best price. Currently, the Aermotor windmill company is the only remaining water windmill manufacturer in the United States, so if Dakshidin can sustain the competition in its industry, then it will provide investors with a great undervalued stock to watch.

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HotOtc Featured Company: Dakshidin Corporation (DKSC.PK) Embarks on New Windmill

Monday, February 25th, 2008

Dakshidin Corporation currently produces the world’s most powerful pumping windmill through its wholly owned subsidiary, RESTEC International, Inc. Using free, renewable energy to pump water as far as 10 miles away, and from depths of up to 4,000 feet, the RESTEC Mark 10 water pumping windmill works with wind speeds as low as 4 mph. Over several years, the company has spent over $5,000,000 in research and development of the RESTEC Mark 10.

Testing has already occurred at the University of Texas A&M, in their Turbo Machinery Laboratory and at the Department of Agriculture in Alberta, Canada. The tests clearly showed that the RESTEC Mark 10 is fully able to pump more water at lower cost, at any depth and any wind speed, compared to any other windmill available around the world. Applying features like a unique rotating counterbalance, similar to that used in oil pumps, the windmill can operate at speeds as low as 4mph and enables users to tap wind energy in areas previously thought to have insufficient wind speeds for power generation.

The company has announced several significant new sales agreements which should greatly enhance their revenue substantially. Beginning in November 2007, the company signed a sales agreement with Pacific Power Development Corp. (PPDC) valued at approximately $48 million. PPDC is purchasing several RESTEC Mark 10E low speed wind turbines to generate utility grid electricity at two prominent PPDC Wind Farms in the Hunan province of China. Additionally, HKS Wuhu, a joint venture subsidiary consisting of equipment for manufacturing 20 RESTEC Mark 10 windmills, purchased $3.6 million from the Dakishidin Corporation.

The company’s management team comprises of more than twenty-years of windmill management experience, and is currently working on the development plan for the RESTEC Mark 10 windmills. The company has been rated as a Speculative Buy with a price target of $1.22 by Beacon Equity Research Analyst, Victor Shula, PhD.

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Dakshidin Corp. (DKSC.PK) Receives $1.22 Price Target and “Speculative Buy” Rating

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Dakshidin Corp. (DKSC.PK) produces an advance style of windmill through its wholly owned subsidiary, RESTEC International Inc. The windmill, the RESTEC Mark 10, pumps more water at a lesser cost than existing windmills. The Company’s innovative windmills are able to work at any water depth and wind speed, making it a versatile product that can be used in a variety of locations.

There is a crucial need for safe water all around the globe. Many times the problem isn’t that there is a lack of available water, but that the water cannot be drawn at an affordable price. The World Health Organization has estimated that approximately 1.1 billion people do not have access to safe water. The economic growth and rising standards of living in developing countries are driving demand for wind energy products that can pump water cost-effectively. Mcllivaine Company has projected that world pump revenues will surpass $36 billion by 2010.

The Company is currently investing in a marketing program to demonstrate the potential of its windmills on a worldwide basis. Dakshidin has already signed distribution agreements for the US, the Caribbean, Africa, China and India along with a manufacturing/distribution joint venture in China. The management is aggressively promoting the novel technology in meetings with representatives from Mexico, China, the US, and a number of African nations.

In summary, the Analyst who completed the report stated, “As a result of its successful marketing campaign, the Company has recently announced several major new sales agreements, including a contract with Pacific Power Development Corp. (PPDC) valued at $48 million and two contracts with its joint venture subsidiary, HSK Wuhu together valued at $3.6 million. Taking into account the Company’s increasing revenue visibility, progress in building a global distribution network and manufacturing infrastructure, and fast-growing demand for wind energy products, we are initiating coverage of DKSC with a Speculative Buy rating and a $1.22 price target.”

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Wall Street News Alert Featured Company: Dakshidin Corp. (DKSC.PK) Expands Distribution Network

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Dakshidin Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary RESTEC International Inc., produces the world’s most powerful pumping windmill. Over a period of several years RESTEC spent $5,000,000 on research and development.

After the bell yesterday, Dakshidin and its wholly owned subsidiary, RESTEC Inteternational, announced that Ecocleansol has negotiated an increase in distribution coverage from French Speaking regions to all of Africa.

The RESTEC Windmill is a renewable, cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution for the world’s water crisis. Nick Laroche, CEO of Dakshidin Corporation, Inc., stated, “Although we are planning a worldwide roll out we are excited to start in Africa, one of the areas that needs water most desperately.”

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