Trenton – Today, Governor Murphy announced the development of the New Jersey Wind Port, the first port in the country to be built specifically for offshore wind marshalling and manufacturing. The port will be sited in the Lower Alloway Creek area in Salem County on Artificial Island next to the Hope Creek Nuclear Generation site. The project is a significant step to bring an offshore wind supply chain to New Jersey and put our state on a path to a clean energy future.
Jersey Renews, a multi-sector coalition of more than 60 labor, environmental, faith and social justice organizations, has advocated for an offshore wind port as an opportunity for New Jersey to reduce statewide emissions and transition to renewable energy sources while creating
high-paying, union manufacturing jobs.
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