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US offshore wind project pipeline at 25 GW

A new report from the US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy shows the country's offshore wind pipeline has grown to over 25 GW, 2 GW of which will be installed by 2023, according to associated developers.

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All eyes in the wind energy industry are currently fixed on the US offshore wind market. According to a new report from the US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (OEER), the US's offshore wind pipeline has grown to over 25 GW.

"The U.S. offshore wind market continues to evolve as state-level offshore wind deployment targets and procurement policies are introduced, projects advance in permitting and offtake processes, supply chain constraints are mitigated, and research  and development (R&D) investments are made. Including the 30 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity, the United States now has a project pipeline of 25,464 MW of offshore wind,"writes OEER in the report.

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