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T. Boone Pickens is back in the Wind Business

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Texas - Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is back in the wind business.

He will begin on a new project in West Texas.

Pickens announced that his renewable energy company, Mesa Power Group, will partner with a dallas-based developer on a project called Stephens Bor-Lynn wind farm with Wind Tex Energy.

It will be located fifty miles south of Lubbock.

The partners intend to complete development and obtain project financing in the second half of this year.

Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2013.

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