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Watching the New Jersey Wind Port Take Shape

Updated: Jun 20

The state budgeted almost $500M for the initial phase of the project

February 7, 2023 |

The New Jersey Wind port sits on a 220-acre site divided into several parcels. Two areas — Parcels A and B1 — will be used for marshaling, or assembling, wind turbines. Three other areas will be used for component manufacturing.

NJ SEED: The Wind Port is an essential part of the development of off shore energy generation. It is projected to create several hundred construction jobs and ultimately produce 1,500 permanent jobs.

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