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Floating Wind auction | BOEM, Winners

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Five developers have been named as provisional winners after pledging to spend over $750m on five wind lease areas in the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM’s) California offshore lease sale.

RWE Offshore Wind Holdings spent $157.7m to secure OCS-P 0561, a 63,338-acre site that has been rated with an estimated 769MW.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, through its subsidiary California North Floating, won the 69,031-acre, 838MW OCS-P 0562 with a $173.8m bid.

Equinor Wind US was named winner for OCS-P 0563, which covers 80,062 acres and is rated at 972MW, bidding $130m.

Ocean Winds’ subsidiary Central California Offshore Wind was granted the 80,418-acre 976MW OCS-P 0564 with a $150.3m bid

And finally, Invenergy California Offshore spent $145.3m on OCS-P 0565, also covering 80,418 acres and with a 976MW rating.

 

 

 

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