Ørsted opens office in Atlantic City

The Danish energy company will be opening an office in resort city Atlantic City in the US state of New Jersey.

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Governor of New Jersey in the US, Phil Murphy, has stated at an offshore wind forum that Danish utility Ørsted will open an office in Atlantic City in the state, reports Burlington County Times.

The office in the resort city is part of Ørsted's plans in New Jersey, where the energy company has development rights for a project that is expected to boast capacity of upwards of 1,000 MW. This project is called Ocean Wind.

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