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Wind Manufacturers Blown Off Course


Wind Makers Blown Off Course

< img srcset=" https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=540&size=1.5 540w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=620&size=1.5 620w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=639&size=1.5 639w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=860&size=1.5 860w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=860&size=1.5&pixel_ratio=1.5 1290w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=860&size=1.5&pixel_ratio=2 1720w, https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=860&size=1.5&pixel_ratio=3 2580w" src =" https://images.wsj.net/im-429937?width=860&height=573" design =" responsive" placeholder height=" 573" width= "860" alt > Most blades for onshore wind jobs span more than 200 feet apiece, while the biggest overseas blades can span a football field.

Image: Daniel Acker for The Wall Street Journal

Published at Sat, 06 Nov 2021 09:30:00 +0000


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