NJEDA TO COMMENCE NEXT PHASE OF TENANT SELECTION PROCESS FOR NEW JERSEY WIND PORT
- Sep 23, 2021 6:33 pm GMT
The following information was released by the
Port offers offshore wind developers and manufacturers unrivalled access to
The New Jersey Wind Port has the potential to create up to 1,500 manufacturing, assembly, and operations jobs, as well as hundreds of union construction jobs in
The NJEDA will shortly be seeking non-binding offers from OSW developers and component manufacturers on four parcels of property at the Port. Available properties include:
Two parcels of property with the potential to be purpose-built for offshore wind marshalling, staging and final assembly of turbines; and
Two parcels of property with the potential to be purpose-built for offshore wind turbine component manufacturing and assembly.
NJEDA anticipates that certain parcels will be available for sublease from 2023. A notice for the sublease of property will be issued in coming weeks and will be available at Bidding Opportunities NJEDA.
"The New Jersey Wind Port is a strategic economic driver that not only furthers Governor
The Port is situated at the geographical center of
Based on the current design, the Port will offer OSW industry tenants the following key features:
Access to the
Upland acreage purpose-built for marshalling and component manufacturing;
A wide approach channel from the main Delaware
A purpose-built heavy-lift wharf, comprising both delivery and installation berths; and
Heavy-haul road connections between inland port parcels and the Wharf.
With proximity to 50 percent of current East Coast OSW development areas, and unmatched transportation connectivity to major
Home to a high concentration of skilled labor, a well-established maritime industry and workforce, and a network of highly-regarded colleges and universities,
To learn more about NJEDA resources for businesses call NJEDA Customer Care at 609-858-6767 or visit https://www.njeda.com and follow @NewJerseyEDA on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
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