Revolution Wind will use State Pier
The project that the author meant to reference, “Capturing wind to power our future,” (June 2), is Revolution Wind, the 700 megawatt Orsted and Eversource project. Vineyard Wind is an 800 MW project from a different developer (Avangrid and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners) that won’t be utilizing State Pier.
Gaffney Bennett Public Relations
Editor's Note: Mr. May is writing this letter on behalf of Orsted U.S. Offshore Wind and Eversource.
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