The Denver Post reports Colorado led the nation in the growth of wind energy manufacturing jobs in 2014.
Part of Interstate 25 in Pueblo has reopened after a crash closed it for nearly nine hours on Tuesday.
A job fair will be held this weekend to fill 100 openings at Vestas wind energy plants in Windsor and Brighton.
Vestas Wind Systems is planning to add hundreds of jobs at three Colorado factories in the first half of next year.
Vestas’ Colorado factories will produce wind turbines for a wind farm that will be built in Canada.
Wind manufacturer Vestas announced another round of layoffs on Thursday, saying that Congress’ last-minute extension of a tax credit for wind energy generation came too late to save jobs.
The Vestas wind energy company plans to hire more than 100 workers to build towers while the industry recovers from a slump that has forced the layoff of hundreds of workers in Colorado.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas isn’t saying whether any of its laid-off Colorado workers will get their jobs back now that Congress has extended a wind tax credit.
Wind turbine maker Vestas is considering slashing hours for workers in Pueblo, not just workers in northern Colorado.
More bad news for troubled wind turbine manufacturer Vestas. The Danish manufacturer says it will cut production at its Brighton facility and slash employee hours.