Orsted Wins Bid From New York State For Large New Wind Farm Off Montauk - 27 East

Orsted Wins Bid From New York State For Large New Wind Farm Off Montauk

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Two new offshore wind farms won bids from New York State on Thursday to produce enough power for as many as 1 million homes.       NYSERDA

Two new offshore wind farms won bids from New York State on Thursday to produce enough power for as many as 1 million homes. NYSERDA

The five wind turbines of the Block Island Wind Farm, which was built by Deepwater Wind.

The five wind turbines of the Block Island Wind Farm, which was built by Deepwater Wind.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 18, 2019
State officials announced last week that energy supply contracts will be awarded to two offshore wind farm developers for the construction of giant wind farms in the waters off Long... more

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