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    WIND IS HIRING

    Vestas Continues Hiring Spree At Colorado Factories

    March 12, 2014 (North American Windpower)

    “During what the company hails as one of its best years for wind turbine orders, Vestas announced plans in November 2013 to begin hiring hundreds of new workers at its four Colorado factories… The company's blade factory in Windsor, blade and nacelle factories in Brighton and tower factory in Pueblo [have hired about 400 and expect] to add [another 450] production workers this year after Vestas secured orders for nearly 900 turbines in 2013…In 2011 and 2012, a downturn in the U.S. wind industry proved challenging for Vestas…[but] it is debt free today and earned a profit in 2013…Based on orders received in 2013, Vestas says it has the potential for an additional 2.6 GW of turbine sales in the U.S. and Canada…[and] is exporting blades, towers and nacelles from Colorado to projects in Mexico, Brazil and Uruguay.” click here for more

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