Massive Turbines Arrive at New London State Pier, and About 3 Dozen Assembly Jobs

A ship carrying 318-foot blades and nacelles for offshore wind turbines from Denmark waits in the Thames River on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023, to be unloaded to the New London State Pier, where the parts will be assembled into turbines for South Fork Wind. (CT Examiner)


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NEW LONDON – Twelve 318-foot blades are waiting to be unloaded from a cargo ship in the Thames River. They will soon arrive at State Pier, where they’ll be assembled into turbines and shipped out to ...

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