First major R.I. offshore wind project faces further delays, with no clear completion date

ORSTED U.S. OFFSHORE WIND, which owns and operates the Block Island Wind Farm pictured above, has said its larger Revolution Wind project will be subject to further delays. / COURTESY ORSTED U.S. OFFSHORE WIND
PROVIDENCE – The 12-year saga of efforts to build a utility-scale offshore wind project off the coast of Rhode Island has been extended again, with no clear end-date in sight. International developer Orsted A/S, which has a national hub in Providence, has pulled back on its previously estimated 2023 completion date for the Revolution Wind…

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