Gov. Murphy Announces Increase to State’s Goal for Wind Energy

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Posted November 19, 2019

Gov. Murphy announced today that he is increasing the state’s goal for offshore wind energy from 3.5 megawatts to 7.5 megawatts by 2035. He made the announcement with former Vice President Al Gore at a news conference at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City.

“Gov. Murphy continues to set the bar higher in making New Jersey a national leader on clean energy, reducing our reliance on polluting fracked gas and other fossil fuels, and building a prosperous clean energy economy,” said Tom Gilbert, campaign director for ReThink Energy NJ and New Jersey Conservation Foundation.


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