By Bill O’Hearn ReThink Energy, a New Jersey environmental group that focuses on promoting clean energy and the newest member of the Network, followed up their sponsorship of the NJ Offshore 2.0! forum by releasing a new poll conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™ that showed almost three quarters of New Jerseyans (73%) support offshore
By: William O’Hearn On June 6, the winners of New Jersey’s Democratic and Republican gubernatorial primaries emerged to face off this November in the race to succeed Chris Christie on January 16, 2018. Fortunately, both winners committed to supporting offshore wind during the campaign. Phil Murphy, the former Ambassador to Germany, won the Democratic primary,
It’s that time again! The 2018 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum will be held in Princeton, New Jersey on April 3-6, 2018. Our hotel is the lovely Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. The hotel was sold out last year so book your room now!
Offshore wind is the work of many, and no single company or state can leverage the offshore wind potential by themselves. In 2015, the Network Board of Directors voted unanimously to expand the Network’s reach and efforts to focus on helping build a pipeline of offshore wind projects, stimulating collaboration across state boundaries for the
US Wind won the North Lease, paying a total of 1,006,240$. RES American Developments won the South Lease, paying a total of 880,715$.
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