Ørsted lands final approval for South Fork Wind

The Danish utility is one step closer to commencing the US offshore project.

Photo: Ørsted

Partners Ørsted and Eversource can soon set about establishing offshore project South Fork Wind in the US, writes Børsen.

The final approval for the wind farm with a planned capacity of 132MW has just come in from the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.

""We're excited to reach this critical point and receive BOEM's final approval of our construction and operations plan," says Chief Executive Officer of Ørsted Offshore North America David Hardy in a press release.

Nexans skal levere kabler til amerikansk Ørsted-projekt

Ørsted lægger en lokal milliard i USA

Siemens Gamesa modtager kæmpeordre fra Ørsted og Eversource 

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