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Listen: Drivers and challenges for US East Coast offshore wind development

There is a lot going on with offshore wind development -- particularly on the US East Coast, where S&P Global Platts Analytics estimates there could be over 37 GW of capacity installed by 2050 -- with Orsted involved in many of those projects.

In this edition of the Platts Commodities Focus podcast, Jared Anderson, senior writer with S&P Global Platts, speaks with David Hardy, Orsted president and chief operating officer for North America offshore, about offshore wind contract pricing, transmission planning, regulatory developments, policy drivers and more.

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