New Jersey sends 1,100 MW offshore wind capacity to tender

New Jersey has unanimously voted to open a public tender for rights to install offshore wind capacity. Further tenders could follow.

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New Jersey authorities have unanimously voted to open public tenders for offshore wind capacity at 1,100 MW off the state's coast, reports Greentechmedia.

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities voted in favor of the tender earlier this week and is an extension of the state's plan to install 3,500 MW in offshore wind energy by 2030.

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