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U.S. Offshore Wind Gains Ground, but Far Behind Global Peers

U.S. Offshore Wind Gains Ground, but Far Behind Global Peers

August 2, 2023--Researched by Daniel Graeber for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Avangrid Renewables (Orange, Connecticut), part of the multinational Iberdrola S.A. (Bilbao, Spain), has installed an offshore substation to support the Vineyard Wind 1 project, which is under construction off the coast of Massachusetts.

At some 5,000 tons, the topside and jacket for the offshore substation is the largest of its kind to be installed in the U.S., and it supports what will be the first large-scale offshore wind facility in the country. But despite lucrative incentives and lofty ambitions, offshore wind in the U.S. remains very much in the nascent stage.

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