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.
An eerie quiet has settled over the Walker Components plant, which assembles custom cables for a global wind turbine company. Orders are down from earlier in the year and one-third of its employees have been laid off this year.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems is laying off 75 workers at its blade factory in Brighton.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney continued his campaign push in Colorado remotely on Thursday, granting satellite interviews with four local reporters, including CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd.
Sen. Mark Udall is renewing his call to extend a wind-energy tax break following news of more layoffs at Vestas.
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