Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind

Strategically positioned to meet the growing demands of renewable energy targets in multiple east coast markets.
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Last Updated: May 9, 2021, 10:47 PM EDT
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In addition to bringing clean power to homes, the project will also create jobs and boost the region’s economy.
The area offers strong and steady wind resources with a potential to produce over 3 GW of wind energy, enough to power nearly 1.5 million homes.
Shell and EDF bring offshore wind expertise to the region to effectively manage the project’s technical aspects.

Atlantic Shores in the News

Apr 21 2021
Atlantic Shores Deploys Two Buoys in Its Lease Area and Offers New Data to Local NJ Researchers ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Today, Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind (Atlantic Shores) announced the launch of two buoys that will collect critical atmospheric and weather data, and track the migration… Read More
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