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While wind enjoys yet another record year with the future never having looked so good, the stock markets have ironically chosen to punish the industry's two largest publicly traded companies. Hints of Vestas falling behind on fixing technology problems in Germany, and NEG Micon still waiting to turn a profit, sent already nervous analysts into a tailspin of doubt. Under enormous pressure to perform in an exploding market, the industry's skills shortage is a critical weakness.

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