Two Months Later, Vineyard Wind’s Delay Still Clouds US Offshore Picture

Two months after the U.S. government abruptly delayed Vineyard Wind’s 800-megawatt offshore wind project, the industry is still looking for answers. It’s not exactly clear when Vineyard will get its final go-ahead, let alone what effect the government’s unexpected “cumulative impacts analysis” will have on the pathbreaking $2.8 billion project or the broader American offshore wind market.,,, “This delay…I took it very personally,” said Jason Folsom, director of U.S. sales at MHI Vestas and a market veteran, speaking at the Boston conference this week. >click to read< 09:57

2 Responses to Two Months Later, Vineyard Wind’s Delay Still Clouds US Offshore Picture

  1. - Moderator says:

    Sif, the Netherlands-based steel fabricator that won the contract to make the 84 monopile foundations for Vineyard, warned investors in August of a potential financial hit from the project’s delay. They don’t even make what we’re supposed to pay for, here! “This delay…I took it very personally,” said Jason Folsom, director of U.S. sales at MHI Vestas and a market veteran, speaking at the Boston conference this week. Gee, Jason. No one I know cares about what you feel! The RODA people might, though.

  2. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Time to tell these foreign owned companies coming to our shores to destroy our fishing grounds to take a F’n hike. Enough with this bullshit already.

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