Avangrid Submits Plan for 800MW First Phase of Kitty Hawk Offshore Wind Project

By [email protected] Avangrid Renewables has submitted a plan to federal regulators for the first 800-megawatt phase of its Kitty Hawk offshore wind project, an opening move in a plan to build 2.5 gigawatts of wind power off the Virginia and North Carolina coast over the coming decade.

Friday’s filing of a construction and operations plan with the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) marks the opening of a multiyear process for what could be the first commercial-scale offshore wind project off the U.S. mid-Atlantic coast, Bill White, Avangrid Renewables’ head of U.S. offshore wind, said in a prepared statement.

The project’s

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