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NACEL Energy is deploying wind energy measurement and assessment systems from NRG Systems Inc. to bring 80 MW of new wind power online by 2010. These systems are being deployed at the Blue Creek and Channing Flats wind projects in west Texas.

"NACEL Energy is combining advanced technology from NRG with our operation team's decades of experience to ensure our projects produce clean energy from wind effectively and efficiently," says Brian Lavery, president of NACEL Energy. "With Blue Creek and Channing Flats, NACEL Energy now has 40 MW of new wind power under development, bringing us half-way to achieving our 80 MW objective."



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