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Global Development, LLC will assist Gazoo Energy Group in securing a wind turbine manufacturing facility in New Mexico

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The project would create approximately 300 jobs in New Mexico.

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Gazoo Energy Group www.GazooEnergyGroup.com announced that Global Development, LLC will assist Gazoo Energy Group in securing a wind turbine manufacturing facility in New Mexico. The project would create approximately 300 jobs in New Mexico. Global Development has extensive experience in working with government agencies and stays abreast of relevant political developments to assist its clients.

Derek Barnhil, Managing Member for Global Development, says the company couldn't be more excited to work with Gazoo Energy Group. Barnhil believes that Gazoo Energy Group's work in the green energy space makes for a perfect marriage with the state of New Mexico. Barnhil states that New Mexico's Business Development Team is one of the most aggressive in the Country. It offers incentive packages based on the needs of the company. The customized incentive packages are based on factors such as capital investment, job creation and employee salaries. Governor Bill Richardson has made it clear that he wants New Mexico to be a national leader of renewable energy and the creation of green jobs. Under Governor Richardson's leadership, New Mexico has demonstrated commitment to renewable energy through public-private partnerships, leveraging its skilled workforce and world class research institutions. Barnhil said: "I believe once I bring this project to the State of New Mexico they are going to embrace Gazoo Energy with open arms."

The manufacturing facility will be a 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art green building. Professionals in the energy industry note that the proposed wind turbines offer more benefits than other wind power solutions. The wind turbines use full-permanent magnets to nearly eliminate friction by "floating" the blades above the base. According to developers, the technology is capable of scaling to massive sizes, with a proposed $53,000,000 turbine able to replace 1,000 traditional windmills and power 750,000 homes. Additional benefits include the ability to generate power with winds as slow as three miles per hour. Operational costs are 50 percent cheaper than windmills. The wind turbines have an estimated lifespan of 500 years. Development is proceeding rapidly in China with Chinese power companies.

For more information on Gazoo Energy Group visit www.GazooEnergyGroup.com.

About the company -- Gazoo Energy Group aggregates a variety of green products for mass distribution worldwide. It is engaging in acquisitions and developments of green energy companies. Gazoo Energy Group's immediate goal is to raise awareness and locate inventors with the desire and potential to make a difference in the green energy industry. Gazoo Energy Group, "Together, we can change the energy industry while simultaneously making a positive contribution to our planet." Please visit www.GazooEnergyGroup.com for more information.

Forward Looking Statement -- Certain statements contained herein are "forward-looking" statements (as such term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995). Because such statements include risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those discussed in filings made by the Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Source: Gazoo Energy Group, Inc/Globe Newswire

 

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