Vineyard Wind Switches to GE Turbines, Delays Permitting Process

By [email protected] Vineyard Wind will take a little while longer to complete an already-delayed federal permitting process to build the first large-scale U.S. offshore wind project. But it will have bigger wind turbines to build it with — and a potentially more friendly federal review process under the Biden administration when it resubmits its paperwork.

On Tuesday, the development group announced it is temporarily withdrawing its construction and operations plan for its 800-megawatt wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts from review by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).

The joint venture of Iberdrola’s Avangrid utility and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners said

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