Ørsted Signs Pact Pledging To Use Union Labor Force In Constructing Offshore Wind Farms - 27 East

Ørsted Signs Pact Pledging To Use Union Labor Force In Constructing Offshore Wind Farms

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Wind farm developer Orsted announced that is has reached an agreement with construction unions to use all union workers on its offshore wind farm projects in U.S. waters.

Wind farm developer Orsted announced that is has reached an agreement with construction unions to use all union workers on its offshore wind farm projects in U.S. waters.

authorMichael Wright on May 11, 2022
Wind farm developer Ørsted announced last week that it has reached an agreement with the North American Building Trades Unions, NABTU, to use an all-American union workforce in the construction... more

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