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Offshore wind duo drops New York tender

While Ørsted, Equinor and CIP/Avangrid are bidding in New York State's 2.5 GW offshore wind auction, one of the other potential participants now says it will save its strength for the next round.

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Wednesday marked the deadline to bid for development rights for up to 2.5 GW of offshore wind.

As expected, both winners from the state's prior tender, Ørsted/Eversource and Equinor have submitted proposals for the job with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), while Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Avangrid's joint venture, Vineyard Wind, will once again try their luck with the Liberty Wind project.

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