Massachusetts initiates new offshore wind tender

While the industry awaits the results of tenders for around 2.5 GW, Massachusetts begins the second round of its expansion. Elsewhere, a new law is passed with room for another 1.2 GW.

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Massachusetts has launched its second offshore wind tender. The US federal state is opening for bids of at least 400 MW with the possibility of offering projects of 600-800 MW. The bidding deadline is set for Aug. 9, and projects will be decided upon at the end of the year, according to a request for proposals (RfP) from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.

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