Tax-credit doubt leaves wind industry up in air

Posted: October 6, 2012 at 2:49 a.m.

Workers load a wind turbine blade onto a rail car at the port in Corpus Christie, Texas, last month. Work on some U.S. wind industry projects has stalled as investors wait to see whether a federal tax credit for wind power is extended.

For most employees at LM Wind Power’s Little Rock plant, this is their last month on the job.

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Business, Pages 31 on 10/06/2012. Note: A correction has been appended to this story since its original publication.


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