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Fishermen’s Energy Poised to Build Demo Offshore Wind Farm

A.C. Project to Employ More than 200 Construction Workers
By Chris Colabella

For many years, talk of harnessing the wind to produce enough energy for use by the masses was just that…talk. However, after receiving the Green Light and up to $4 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for an offshore wind technology demonstration project, Cape May-based Fishermen’s Energy intends to harvest the wind and the sea, side by side, in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner.

Fishermen’s Energy is gearing up to construct a demonstration offshore wind farm, potentially the first in the country. The project would make “Atlantic City the birthplace of offshore wind” in the United States, said Rhonda Jackson, communications director.

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PSEG Green Projects Will Have Construction Companies Seeing Black

Solar Farms Create Construction Jobs, Advance N.J.’s Energy Master Plan
By Chris Colabella


NJ Gov. Chris Christie greets PSEG Chairman Ralph Izzo at the groundbreaking ceremony of the PSE&G Solar Farm in Hackensack.

Long known as the World’s Medicine Chest and, of course, the agriculturally-rich Garden State, New Jersey is now taking center stage as a national leader in the solar industry. This news is music to the ears of construction companies throughout the region who are bound to see their bottom lines getting blacker as the region goes green.

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