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Company behind NJ offshore wind project opening offices in Newark

“While most of our employees will be based in southern New Jersey when our projects are operational, this headquarters ensures that the economic benefits of offshore wind will be spread across the entire state,” reads a statement from Davide Hardy, who heads Offshore North America, Ørsted. “Newark is a fast becoming a tech hub and we’re proud to play a part in its resurgence.”

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Senior Technician is charging the electric car or EV in service center for maintainance, Eco-friendly alternative energy concept

Major shift

The Colonial Pipeline shutdown and gas shortages in some parts of the country may have left some motorists thinking that now’s a good time to switch to electric vehicles. New Jersey state officials certainly thinks so – though not necessarily for that reason.

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A PSE&G solar field in Kearny.

PSE&G to sell solar subsidiary to LS Power affiliate

The agreement includes the 467-megawatt-dc Solar Source portfolio of 25 facilities in various states and related assets and liabilities. The sale is part of PSEG's Strategic Alternatives process to explore options for PSEG Power's non-nuclear generating fleet which, in addition to Solar Source, includes more than 6,750 megawatts of fossil generation.

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