Rambøll prepares for 3.5 GW in New Jersey

New Jersey authorities have selected Danish engineering firm Rambøll to coordinate and facilitate development of the state's plans for offshore wind energy.

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Danish engineering firm Rambøll has been selected to lead the team responsible for developing the US state's strategic plan for offshore wind energy, writes Rambøll in a press statement.

New Jersey has a target of installing 3.5 GW in offshore wind energy by 2030, and it will now be Rambøll's task to plan the strategy for accomplishing the installation.

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