The Atlantic wind connection on 15 January, announced that the New Jersey as the first phase of its multi-year offshore wind power transmission project has been selected. This phase of the project, called the energy link from New Jersey. Selection was based on New Jersey engagement for the development of an offshore wind energy industry and the great potential for clean, renewable energy, which is available from its coastline.
NJ power combining an offshore electrical transmission cables, buried under the ocean, energy resources and connects users in the Northern, southern and Central New Jersey. The cable will span from New Jersey and 3,000 megawatts to carry current. The NJ energy connection will be built in three phases and is expected to be in 2016, with the first phase in the year 2019 commissioned its construction. See press release Atlantic wind.
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