The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has reportedly rejected a 210MW offshore wind proposal from developer Deepwater Wind, after the state-controlled grid operator concluded it has enough renewables in the works for now.

Deepwater had hoped to begin building a 210MW offshore project immediately after its 90MW South Fork, for which it secured a power-purchase agreement with LIPA earlier this year. But LIPA has passed for now on a follow-on contract with Deepwater, according to a report in Newsday, a news outlet covering Long Island.