Vestas Wind Systems will reduce the working hours at its wind blade factories in Brighton and Windsor, Colo., to 32 hours and its wind-tower plant in Pueblo, Colo., to 24 hours effective Jan. 14. "The work-share plan gives Vestas manufacturing flexibility to help retain our valuable and experienced employees. And it saves costs in recruiting and training new staff (should) market demand for wind turbines increase in 2013," said Andrew Longeteig, spokesman for Vestas North America.

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