US bidder beats CIP and Ørsted in Connecticut wind tender

Ørsted and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners both lost their bids to a US competitor in a Connecticut offshore wind tender for 200 MW.

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Deepwater Wind is riding a wave of success in these weeks.

The developer was behind the US's first offshore wind farm Block Island, and it won its bid to for developing the 400 MW project Revolution Wind of the coast of Rhode Island. Deepwater Wind won yet another bid on Wednesday in the neighboring state Connecticut's offshore wind tender for 200 MW. The project is an extension of Revolution Wind in Rhode Island and also shares the name.

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