Anbaric filed comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission calling for reforms in the transmission planning process.Read More
Anbaric concluded its second set of oceanographic survey activities for their Boardwalk Power Link project, which will connect wind energy produced offshore to New Jersey’s existing onshore grid. The survey is part of Anbaric’s continuing efforts to develop reliable and scalable transmission projects for offshore wind in the state.Read More
Anbaric released a statement from Janice Fuller, President, Mid-Atlantic, regarding the opening of the PJM solicitation window for the submission of transmission solutions to deliver offshore wind to New Jersey.Read More
Anbaric released a statement from CEO Clarke Bruno on President Biden’s offshore wind goals.Read More
Anbaric announced that it will work with DNV GL, a top advisor in the energy industry, to prepare the company’s 2021 bid for offshore wind transmission in New Jersey.Read More
Anbaric Statement on NJBPU’s First-in-the-Nation Approach to Planning for Offshore Wind TransmissionPosted OnNovember 18, 2020 by
Anbaric Development Partners released the following statement from Janice Fuller, President, Mid-Atlantic, regarding the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (BPU) action to move forward on the state agreement approach with PJM for the planning of offshore wind transmission.
New York and New Jersey may have their offshore wind goals nailed down, but how to bring the power to land remains very much in the air.
Janice Fuller, New Jersey President of Anbaric, issued the following statement today regarding Governor Murphy signing into law S3985/ A5663, which expands the definition of a “qualified offshore wind project.”
Anbaric Development Partners congratulated Governor Murphy on his joint announcement with former Vice President Al Gore to increase the state’s offshore wind goal from 3,500-MW to 7,500-MW.Read More