First US offshore wind auction faces delays

The results of the first offshore wind tender in the US will most likely not be ready on time, says a local politician. One reason concerns winter storms.

Ørsted, CIP and other players in the US offshore wind industry have been anxiously awaiting the results of the country's first offshore wind auction for a long time. But it looks like they will have to wait a bit more than originally anticipated.

The results of the tender for 400-800 MW in US state Massachusetts will most likely be delayed, reports local media Commonwealth.

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