New NJ Offshore Wind Bill Passes Both Houses

The New Jersey Senate yesterday cleared the bill S988, which was introduced to the Senate on 4 February, after its predecessor (S2711), also approved by the Senate, had been dismissed by Governor Chris Christie.

The Senate voted 53:21 in favour of the legislation that would allow Fishermen’s Energy to build its offshore wind farm off Atlantic City.

However, this new bill, the same as its predecessor, still needs an approval from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

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