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Suzlon Energy Ltd said on Monday it is two-thirds of the way through a program to replace its U.S.-installed wind power turbine blades that suffered cracking problems and hurt the company’s shares.

The company has taken a $35 million charge for the program to replace all 1,200 blades in its previous generation of blades, some of which developed cracking near the base. One blade broke off a turbine in Illinois.