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NACEL Energy Corp., a developer and aggregator of wind power infrastructure, has acquired high-quality wind data covering important wind energy development corridors in Texas.

NACEL Energy's acquisition encompasses wind data collected over a period of six years from 14 meteorological towers located in west Texas. Continuous wind data over a three-year period is considered of the highest quality by meteorological experts.

"NACEL Energy's ability to obtain wind data of the highest quality and ahead of our industry peers is a competitive advantage, which ensures that our company maintains a development pipeline of new wind energy projects to enhance our present operations and achieve our goal of developing 80 MW of generating capacity," says Brian Lavery, NACEL Energy president.


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