EDF applies for approval for US offshore wind farm

Together with Fisherman Energy, EDF Renewables has sent an application to authorities concerning the 24 MW demo project Nautilus off the coast of Atlantic City.

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The long awaited offshore wind farm Nautilus can become a reality, now that EDF has submitted an application for approval from the relevant authorities, announced EDF in a press release.

The renewable division of French utility EDF, EDF RE, entered a deal with Fisherman's Energy in April to acquire the developer's 24 MW demo project off the coast of New Jersey slated for completion in 2020. The two parties have now sent a joint application for approval.

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