Orsted Makes Bid For Third NY Wind Farm - 27 East

Orsted Makes Bid For Third NY Wind Farm

author on Oct 21, 2020
Two offshore wind developers announced this week that they have submitted bid proposals to New York State for new wind farms in the ocean southeast of Block Island that, if... more

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