Ørsted and Equinor prepared to battle in New York

While the utility alongside Eversource has placed a bid on an imminent expansion of up to 2.5 GW, the oil firm is betting on two fronts, and CIP is making another attempt.

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A public service announcement to those in the process of polishing an offshore wind project for the US Eastern Seaboard: Should you have forgotten to note it in your calendars, the deadline for submitting bids in New York's offshore wind tender is today at 3:00 p.m. local time.

At a glance, however, the opportunity to establish up to 2.5 GW in the US federal state doesn't seem to have gone unnoticed by many. Both Ørsted and Equinor announce on Wednesday that they're among the bidders, while Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is also confirmed as partaking by US partner Avangrid's parent company, Iberdrola.

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