WORCESTER, Mass., Feb. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MMMW) started production of its wind-powered, water pump system for delivery in the next few months. Construction was completed in December 2011 before the winter snow season on the initial unit, which provides a low-cost solution for water pump applications commonly needed on farms and ranches throughout the central plains of the United States. Introduced in December by Mass Megawatts Wind Power, MMMW, the wind-powered unit provides a lower-cost solution when compared to more traditional water pumping systems, including those powered by diesel generators. Water pumps are commonly used for agricultural purposes, including irrigation and for the delivery of water to livestock in remote locations. The Mass Megawatts Wind Power wind-powered water pump leverages the patented, wind augmenter technology to increase the wind velocity directed at the wind turbine. This, in turn, results in a significant increase in power output which provides considerable torque for mechanical applications. The Mass Megawatts Wind Power, MMMW, wind-powered system is designed to operate efficiently without high towers or complicated, expensive technologies. The system utilizes off-the-shelf parts, is capable of operating in lower wind-speed locations, and with reduced maintenance costs. Production of two additional wind power units started at the company's manufacturing facility located in Morrison, Colorado in December 2011. However, retooling of the manufacturing facility in January 2012 paved the way for more efficient production of future systems to be manufactured in the next few months. Product information and sales inquiries can be made through the company's contact page at www.massmegawatts.com. This press release contains forward-looking statements that could be affected by risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc.'s ability to produce a cost-effective wind energy conversion device. Among the factors that could cause actual events to differ materially from those indicated herein are: the failure of Mass Megawatts Wind Power to achieve or maintain necessary zoning approvals with respect to the location of its power developments; the ability to remain competitive; to finance the marketing and sales of its electricity; general economic conditions; and other risk factors detailed in periodic reports filed by Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc.