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Chris Crow Real Estate announces that Chris Crow has signed a contract with Clipper Windpower Development to assist in site acquisition in Texas for wind projects.

Crow has been a commercial real estate broker, appraiser and consultant in Austin since 1964. In addition, he has been a wind energy consultant for site assessment and development to landowners and developers in the Texas wind energy industry.

"I am most gratified to have been able to participate in the birth and growth of this wonderful source of clean energy in Texas," says Crow. "I am also greatly pleased to see the wind energy industry become a fully accepted and booming part of America's energy mix, and very happy to still be a part of it."

SOURCE: Chris Crow Real Estate


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