How the virus slowed the booming wind energy business

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Completed wind turbines at the site of a wind farm under construction in Milligan, Neb., on June 8, 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has delayed deliveries and disrupted construction of the wind project being built by EDF, a French energy company.

Even as businesses around the world shut down this spring, executives at EDF Renewables were hopeful they would finish installing 99 wind turbines in southern Nebraska before a year-end deadline. Then, in early April, the pandemic dealt a big blow to the company.

Source: The Columbus Business Journals