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PSEG, Orsted Submit New Jersey Offshore Wind Transmission Proposals

PSEG and Ørsted have submitted several joint proposals for offshore wind transmission that support New Jersey's clean energy goals. Submitted into the PJM State Agreement...

Utility Submits Clean Energy Plan for New Jersey Offshore Wind Power

Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., has submitted a proposal to connect clean energy generated by New Jersey's offshore...

Transformed Power Plant Will Connect Offshore Wind to New Jersey Electric Grid

Rise Light & Power, a wholly owned subsidiary of LS Power, is planning for a new renewable energy hub to deliver New Jersey's offshore...

States Take Initiative on Renewables in 2021

While federal leaders continue deliberations on how to build a cleaner, healthier future, states are making strides to advance renewable energy, according to a...

EDR Selected as Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind Consultant

EDR has been selected as the lead environmental permitting consultant for Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind. The proposed offshore wind project will contribute to meeting...

Wind Power Key to New Jersey’s Energy Plan

The future of New Jersey's offshore wind power industry has received a promising lift with Governor Phil Murphy's Energy Master Plan. The plan formalizes...

Orsted to Host Open House in Atlantic City

Representatives from offshore wind developer Ørsted will host an open house to update Atlantic City residents on the progress of its Ocean Wind offshore...

NJ Boosting Offshore-Wind Target to 7.5 GW by 2035

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed Executive Order No. 92, which raises New Jersey’s offshore wind goal from 3,500 MW of offshore wind-generated...

PSEG Shutting Two N.J. Coal Plants, Looking At Renewables

Diversified energy company Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) will be retiring two New Jersey coal plants next year. In turn, New Jersey's energy will...

New Jersey Offshore Wind Bill Gets Axed By Gov. Christie – Again

The governor claims the legislation, which would have directly benefited Fishermen's Energy, "seeks to usurp" the authority of the BPU.

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