Ørsted project delayed one year

Offshore wind farm development Skipjack off the coast of Maryland must be postponed by one year due to a late federal permit, Ørsted informs.

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Ørsted is obliged to postpone the planned commissioning of its offshore wind project, Skipjack, by one year, which the Danish utility says is because it's taking longer than expected to secure approval from federal authorities.

The facility, with planned capacity of 120 MW, was meant to come online in 2022, but now Ørsted instead set its sights on late 2023, the power company confirms Thursday in a statement on its website.

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