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Midland, Texas-based StarInvest Group Inc. has announced a strategic alliance and investment into Mandan, N.D.-based CrownButte Wind Power Inc., a wind power development company that provides solutions from the site selection, construction of the erected towers, maintenance and plans for the eventual ownership of wind parks throughout the Midwest.

"We are extremely honored that we have the opportunity to invest in a great, small private company like CrownButte," says Robert H. Cole, CEO of StarInvest Group. "Their staff is able to provide site analysis, assist clients in the selection of the appropriate turbine, conduct geotechnical survey, install towers and offer maintenance and warranty by dealing directly with the manufacturers."

SOURCE: StarInvest Group Inc.


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