Massachusetts recommends doubling offshore wind

A new report proposes further public tenders in both 2022 and 2024 to strike a balance between considerations of price and local supply chain development.
Photo: Vineyard Wind
Photo: Vineyard Wind

In the week before last, Massachusetts kicked off its second offshore wind public tender. However, even though this could potentially boost the state's allocated capacity up to 1.6 GW, it is far from enough. A new report from Massachusetts' Department of Energy Resources (DOER) thereby recommends doubling capacity expansion in the next decade.

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