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NACEL Energy Corp. has completed environmental assessment work at its Blue Creek wind power project in Moore County, Texas. In addition, the company recently received Federal Aviation Administration permits covering the placement of 27 wind turbines at Blue Creek, completing the development-phase permitting for this project.

In addition to environmental and permitting work, NACEL Energy has also completed significant pre-construction work for the Blue Creek project, including turbine and electrical collection engineering, as part of the company's project interconnection plan submitted to Southwestern Public Service.

Commissioning at Blue Creek is currently anticipated for July 2010.

SOURCE: NACEL Energy Corp.


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