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Phoenix-based NACEL Energy Corp. has completed major environmental assessment work at its Swisher wind power project, located in Swisher County, Texas. The company has also received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) permits covering the placement of 18 wind turbines at Swisher. The company has now completed the development-phase permitting for this project.

NACEL has also finished significant pre-construction work at the Swisher wind energy project site, including wind turbine and electrical collection engineering as part of the company's project interconnection plan, which is now before Golden Spread Electric Cooperative Inc.

Project commissioning at Swisher is currently anticipated for the fourth quarter of 2010.

SOURCE: NACEL Energy Corp.


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