Offshore wind firms split on size of initial contract #MA

By National Wind Watch The three companies vying for Massachusetts offshore wind contracts sharply disagree on how big the initial procurement should be, but they are united in their belief that electricity generation and transmission should be handled by them and them alone. The companies spelled out their positions in responses to a Baker administration request for ideas on how to write a request for proposals scheduled to go out this summer. A law passed last year directs the state to procure 1,600 megawatts . . .

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