Pacesetting joint venture of Orsted and Eversource was the only bidder into Rhode Island’s round 2 offshore wind tender, the state utility confirmed Friday, stating it will now review the lone proposal.

The state closed the request for proposals (RfP) on Monday for between 600MW-1GW of offshore wind development, with utility Rhode Island Energy having only received Orsted-Eversource’s bid for its 880MW Revolution Wind 2 project.

“Although we had hoped to see more developers put forward additional proposals within this appeal, we also know there are a multitude of factors at play right now,” said Dave Bonenberger, president of Rhode Island Energy said in a statement.