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Wind turbines Plan to Add 1,350 Colorado jobs

Monday, August 18th, 2008

Wind turbine maker Vestas adding 1,350 Colo. jobs

Friday, the Denmark-based Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems said Friday it will build two more manufacturing plants in Colorado and bring a total of 1,350 more jobs to the state.vestas wind turbine colorado

The factories, both planned 15 miles northeast of Denver in Brighton, would be the company’s third and fourth facilities in the state and would eventually bring its Colorado work force to 2,350.

One of the Brighton plants will manufacture wind turbine blades and have 650 employees. The other will manufacture nacelles, the turbine housings that include the generator, transformer and gearbox. It will have 700 employees.

Vestas already has a blade-making plant in Windsor, 50 miles north of Denver,which currently has 200 workers and is expected to have 650 at full employment.

Vestas announced in May it plans to build a factory somewhere in Colorado that will manufacture the towers that support the nacelles and blades. Vestas has not said where in the state the plant will be but said it will have 400 workers.

“This is a tremendous boon for all of Colorado, not just Brighton,” said Gov. Bill Ritter, who has cultivated alternative energy companies as employers.

“By bringing more than 1,350 additional jobs here, Vestas is cementing its standing as one of Colorado’s pioneering partners in the New Energy Economy,” he said.

Vestas said it chose Brighton because of a large and qualified work force in the area, the town’s access to railroads and highways and its proximity to the Windsor plant, about 35 miles north.vestas wind turbine manufacturer

Vestas said it will also open a purchasing office in Chicago to be closer to suppliers. It did not say how may people would work there.

The Brighton plants and the tower-building plant are all expected to be operating in 2010.

Vestas said the nacelle factory will be its largest, capable of producing 1,400 nacelles a year. The Brighton and Windsor plants will each be capable of producing 1,800 blades per year.

The tower plant is expected to produce 900 towers a year.

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Siemens Opens another Wind Turbine Plant, Illinois

Sunday, July 13th, 2008

Although Siemens has recently laid off thousands of workers, that’s not an indication that wind power is not good and viable. Siemens is the largest producer of wind turbine gear drives in the United States, employing approximately 7,000 people at 40 locations throughout Illinois. Siemens’ currently runs an Elgin Illinois plant employing 150 siemens-wind-turbine

Siemens Energy & Automation has announced that it will develop a second plant in Elgin, Illinois for the manufacturing of mechanical drives for the wind turbine industry. Siemens invested $20 million in this plant creating approximately 300 new production jobs and 55 new office jobs. A groundbreaking ceremony was held in June, 2008 and the plant is planned to be completed in the spring of 2009.

Commenting on the announcement, Anne Cooney of Siemens said that the, “new facility will enable Siemens to increase production of our mechanical drives to help our customers meet the growing demand for sustainable energy resources.”

Our congratulations to Siemens on their project and thank you for investing in US manufacturing!

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