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Eagle Claw Fabrication, LLC, and the National Institute for Renewable Energy (NIRE) have announced a strategic research initiative to validate key areas of technology such as the Talon Flange, originally developed by Eagle Claw founders, T N Word and C Hartman.

After research has been performed validating the Talon Flange, NIRE plans to help commercialise the Talon Flange in a fully operational wind turbine generator.  The Talon Flange is a design of a patent pending connecting flange ring that is employed by turbine manufacturers to bolt together the sections of large wind turbine towers. Eagle Claw also has plans to build a 167,000 sq. ft. facility specifically designed for the construction of wind turbine towers at the International Port of Muskogee, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Eagle Claw expects to create approximately 175 jobs in Phase 1 of the project. Eagle Claw and NIRE intend to have Texas Tech University perform validation research for the Talon Flange.  The Parties have already developed a scope of work (SOW) to perform materials testing to validate the effectiveness of the Talon Flange. The parties anticipate beginning work under the SOW in the first quarter of 2011.
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