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May 29, 2024
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Plans Would Boost OSW Infrastructure, Supply Chain Development
BNOW Issues Road Map for Ports; States Agree on Cooperative Effort
The South Fork Wind substation is shown earlier this year in ProvPort, the Rhode Island facility being used as an onshore construction point for offshore wind projects.
The South Fork Wind substation is shown earlier this year in ProvPort, the Rhode Island facility being used as an onshore construction point for offshore wind projects. | South Fork Wind
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The plan offered by the Business Network for Offshore Wind calls for spending $36 billion on a network of up to 119 ports nationwide.
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