The 'golden geese' have outgrown their nest

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners takes an "opportunistic" view of the US after in won the Massachusetts' offshore wind tender. Despite having projects and partnerships in four global markets all within the last six months, CIP has no ambition to become the largest developer.

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Success is a difficult thing to keep hidden. During the entire Offshore Wind Conference in Boston, Vineyard Wind has been more or less constantly surrounded by acolytes. They have all wanted to meet the winner of the first US offshore wind tender, which sent nine envoys to the conference – or twice as many if one counts all the representatives from Vineyard Wind's parent companies, Avangrid and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).

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