CIP sees big possibilities and challenges as a frontrunner in the US

The US has been identified as a new offshore wind growth market by several large project developers and utilities. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) walked away with a victory in the first ever large-scale offshore wind tender in the country.

Photo: Vineyard Wind

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) came away victorious in the Massachusetts wind tender held in May, where the Danish infrastructure fund participated via consortium Vineyard Wind, which it owns together with Avangrid Renewables.

The consortium proceeded to contract negotiations with an 800 MW project, while US competitor Deepwater Wind won rights in neighboring states Rhode Island and Connecticut.

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