NRG Enters Offshore Wind Business With Bluewater Purchase

Rickman, Johnathan
November 2009
Energy Daily;11/10/2009, p1
The article reports on the acquisition of Bluewater Wind LLC by NRG Energy Inc. for an undisclosed all-cash sum. The acquisition will give NRG a significant advantage in the budding regional wind market due to the wind's developer's expertise and fast-growing pipeline of projects in the Northeast. According to NRG Northeast regional president Drew Murphy, the partnership enhances the company's commitment to environmentally responsible power generation.


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