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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Signs Offshore Wind Executive Order at Wastewater Treatment Plant

Jan 31, 2018

Newly elected New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy visited the ACUA Wastewater Treatment Facility on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, to sign an executive order in support of offshore wind along the state's coastline. 


Atlantic County Institute of Technology student Kyle Strouse introduced the Governor and shared his vision for a cleaner future in New Jersey. State Senate President Steve Sweeney and NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy joined the Governor in speaking about the environmental and economical benefits clean energy can bring to the state.

Click here to watch the full announcement 


The Governor selected our site, which is home to five wind turbines that make up the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm, as an example of wind power at work. The turbines, along with our solar project, have powered our energy intensive Wastewater Treatment Facility since 2005. 

“Our goal is to grow offshore wind in a way that creates jobs and reduces our dependence on fossil fuels,” Governor Murphy said. “New Jersey is committed to growing our clean energy sector, and offshore wind is at the crux of increasing that part of our economy.”

Click here to learn more about the Executive Order.