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To adjust capacity to market demand for wind turbine orders in 2013, Vestas today announced a workforce reduction at its blade factories in Windsor and Brighton, Colorado. The move represents about 10 percent of Vestas’ 1,100 manufacturing employees in the state.21Feb2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
From the company’s official statement: The wind industry has slowed, largely due to the uncertainty of the federal Production Tax Credit extension at the end 2012. This has led to a significant reduction in turbine orders for 2013, and the market slowdown is affecting Vestas’ manufacturing facilities in Colorado.14Oct2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The Denmark-based wind turbine manufacturer has confirmed the closing of its research and development facilities in Houston; Louisville, Colo.; and Marlborough, Mass., and transferring those locations’ employees to its Brighton, Colo., location where it manufactures blades.6Oct2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The news last week that the Denmark-based manufacturer expects to cut its work force next year as it slashes costs was unsettling to the industry, but its impact here may not be pronounced. One official said they expect Colorado factories to be busy in 2012 as the company fulfills North American turbine orders.14Nov2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The order is for 55-meter blades that are part of the V112-3.0 MW turbines — destined for a Vermont wind farm. The Denmark-based company operates three other Colorado factories — a blade facility in Windsor, a tower plant in Pueblo and a nacelle assembly factory in Brighton.6Oct2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Vestas’ Colorado-based factories will be involved in manufacturing the blades and towers, as well as nacelle and hub assembly, for the Caney River project, which will be the third-largest wind farm in Kansas.20May2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued