Mayflower Wind filed a motion with Massachusetts state utility regulators today (Friday) that supported fellow developer Avangrid’s decision to withdraw its Commonwealth Wind project while hedging its own future.

The Shell-Ocean Winds owned Mayflower Wind said in its motion that while it continues to develop the project “consistent with the timelines set forth in its PPAs… [it] must nonetheless agree with much of the factual analysis underlying Commonwealth Wind’s conclusion” that the projects are no longer economically feasible.

Last week, Avangrid stunned the US industry by requesting that the state Department of Public Utilities (DPU) cancel