1. Massachusetts Approves State's First Offshore Wind Contracts for 800 MW

    Massachusetts Approves State's First Offshore Wind Contracts for 800 MW

    Massachusetts regulators on April 16 approved Vineyard Wind's 20-year contracts with the state's electric distributors for 800 MW of offshore wind. Vineyard Wind also committed to provide $15 million over 15 years to help integrate battery storage in low-income communities.

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