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Deepwater Wind plans to merge projects

US developer Deepwater Wind plans to a win a tender for 210 MW so the company can merge the construction with its project South Fork.

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Deepwater Wind is betting on winning a new tender from Long Island in New York, which the company can construct in extension of its South Fork project as to reap synergy effects, writes Recharge.

Last year, Deepwater Wind made history when it became the first developer to launch an offshore wind farm in the US. Since then, the company won the South Fork project with 90 MW but the plans do not stop here. Because now, work is being down to land yet another deal. This deal concerns a 210 MW project, which like South Fork is being tendered off by Long Island Power Authority, which the company hopes will be auctioned off this year.

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