Federal regulators issued a suggested road map for building out the transmission network needed for the thousands of wind turbines envisioned off the Northeast coast.
The state's Board of Public Utilities approved an additional expenses for the state’s $1.07 billion transmission project to connect offshore wind farms to the grid.
New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities pulled an agenda item modifying the state’s offshore transmission project after a Division of Rate Counsel complaint.
1,500- and 3,200-ton substations for offshore wind projects are being sailed from Texas and Denmark, respectively, for the New England coast.
The New Jersey BPU agreed to ask PJM to approve a plan for the state to undertake a second solicitation process under FERC’s State Agreement Approach.
Cape May County has appealed a BPU decision to grant Ørsted an easement to run transmission from the state’s first OSW project to an onshore substation.
The U.S. will require a massive mobilization of resources and careful planning to build the transmission needed to the meet its OSW goals, a new report says.
Offshore wind developers say the states that are driving project development need to lead on the transmission side by collaborating to build an offshore grid.
Public Service Enterprise Group is mulling whether to remain a 25% partner with Ørsted in the Danish developer’s Ocean Wind 1 project in New Jersey.
The draft EIS by BOEM on New Jersey’s first offshore wind project, Ocean Wind 1, drew more than 50 speakers at two hearings this month.
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