Alstom Power to lay off 80 from Chattanooga turbine plant

Alstom Power is restructuring operations and cutting 80 jobs at its turbine manufacturing plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The $300 million plant makes new and retrofit turbines for nuclear, fossil steam, hydro and gas-fired power plants and was opened in June 2010. The first shipment of the company’s GT24 gas turbine was from the Chattanooga plant in June of 2012.

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