Making the Switch from Autos to Wind is (Not) a Breeze
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Making the Switch from Autos to Wind is (Not) a Breeze

Jeff Metts and Chris Dowding, who run Dowding Industries in Eaton Rapids, Mich., are trying to convert the business her father started 40 years ago supplying parts to the Big Three American car companies into a business that makes various parts for the wind turbine industry. But doing so is costly and takes time, they and others like them, are finding. Video by Dana Hedgpeth, Edited by Ashley Barnas/The Washington Post

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