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Bay Link
The Bay Link would complete the Atlantic Wind Connection project by connecting the New Jersey Energy Link and the Delmarva Energy Link, creating a continuous north-south offshore backbone.

Like the other phases of the project that rely on state support, we would not seek to build the Bay Link without the express support of all the coastal states that would be connected.

If built with the support of these states, the Bay Link will provide additional grid reliability and redundancy for New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, allow the region’s grid to absorb the variability of offshore wind energy production, and permit efficient power flows throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
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Aug, 2013
Ongoing negotiations have been taking place between NJBPU and Fishermen's Energy pl...

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Jun, 2013
(This is an Op-Ed submission from a group of wind developers, supply chain manufact...

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Jun, 2013
People sometimes ask why an Internet company like Google has chosen to invest in th...

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Jan, 2013
Background. The Chertoff Group (TCG) was retained by Atlantic Grid Operations to st...

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Oct, 2013
Trenton, NJ – Atlantic Wind Connection said today it is unveiling a new contracting...

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Jun, 2013
The New Jersey Energy Link (NJEL), the planned high-voltage backbone offshore trans...

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Jun, 2013
The New Jersey Energy Link (NJEL) , the proposed offshore transmission backbone ...

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Jun, 2013
Markian Melynk, President of the Atlantic Wind Connection, which plans to construct...

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