CIP seeks 1GW in newly won area

We're looking at a total of 4.5-5GW along the US east coast that we can feasibly realize, says CIP Partner.

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The US' big lease auction for New York Bight offshore wind development sites concluded late last week, entailing six licenses and bringing in total of USD 4.37bn.

One of the triumphant bidders is Denmark's Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which late in the day ended up winning bidding round number 64 and thus securing zone OCS-A 0544 for a price of USD 285m via company Mid-Atlantic Offshore Wind.

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