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NACEL Energy Corp., a developer and aggregator of wind power, will develop the 20 MW Blue Creek wind energy project north of Amarillo in west Texas.

"The Blue Creek project enhances NACEL Energy's present operations and brings us closer to achieving the company's primary goal of developing 80 MW of new wind power generation capacity over a 36-month period, thereby increasing enterprise and shareholder value," says Brian Lavery, president of NACEL.

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