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April 16, 2024

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Ørsted Exits Offshore Wind Markets, Remains Committed to US
The world’s leading offshore wind developer announced that it is pulling out of some smaller markets but reiterated its commitment to construction and operation in U.S. waters.
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Offshore Wind: Smaller Companies Help Get Steel in the Water off NY

Two very different New York companies explain their experience with offshore wind development.

Vestas
Big Offshore Wind Plans Face Multiple Major Obstacles
Three recent reports note that while the U.S. offshore wind sector is growing rapidly, the ever-larger turbines being installed present technical and reliability challenges.
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NJ Backs $20 Million Spend on Tx Link for Offshore Wind Port
The New Jersey EDA voted to back a $20 million purchase agreement with Atlantic City Electricity to ensure the utility avoids potential supply chain delays.
Invenergy
Robust Renewables Outlook Puts Supply Chain Issues in New Light
U.S. renewable energy deployment is dependent on an import-heavy supply chain, and the outlook for a domestic supply of components isn’t getting better.

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