The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has accepted the application for a new offshore wind farm near Atlantic City. EDF Renewables submitted the application on September 5, 2018. MHI Vestas offshore has been selected by EDF Renewables to supply three V164 8.3 MW turbines for the Nautilus Offshore Wind Project. The project is set to be constructed in state waters off the coast of New Jersey. The application is currently under review by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. The Nautilus Offshore Wind Project is expected to be the second operational offshore wind project in the U.S, and EDF Renewables is hopeful for a 2020 in service date.
EDF Renewables Taps MHI Vestas Turbines for New Jersey Offshore Wind Project – https://www.power-eng.com/articles/2018/10/edf-renewables-taps-mhi-vestas-turbines-for-new-jersey-offshore-wind-project.html
Atlantic City-Based Nautilus Offshore Wind Project Under Official Review by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) – https://www.edf-re.com/atlantic-city-based-nautilus-offshore-wind-project-under-official-review-by-the-new-jersey-board-of-public-utilities-bpu/
EDF Renewables North America Names MHI Vestas as Preferred Supplier for US Offshore Wind Project – http://www.mhivestasoffshore.com/edf-renewables-na-names-mhi-vestas-as-preferred-supplier/