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NJ Wind Project Could Power up to 1.4 MN Homes (Ind. Report)
Rise Light & Power
Date: 2021-09-22
Queens, New York-based Rise Light & Power, a subsidiary of the LS Power group, is reporting plans to convert a Raritan Bay power station brownfield site in South Amboy into the Outerbridge Renewable Connector, an offshore wind hub to deliver to power for up to 1.4 million homes in the Garden State.

Rise Light & Power last week submitted its Outerbridge Renewable Connector proposal to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and PJM Interconnection and is expecting a decision on the plan this year or early in 2022, according to the company release. (Source: Rise Light & Power, PR, mycentaljersey, 21 Sept., 2021) Contact: Rise Light & Power, Clint Plummer, CEO, www.riselight.com; New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, 800-624-0241, www.bpu.stste.nj.us

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