Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind

Strategically positioned to meet the growing demands of renewable energy targets in multiple east coast markets.
Atlantic Shores Buoy
1 m/s
Wind Speed
Wind from Direction
2 m/s
Wind Speed Gust
Air Temperature
Sea Water Temp at 1m
Sea Water Temp at 32m
1 m
Sea Surface Wave Significant Height
Sea Surface Wave from Direction
Relative Humidity
1,021 mbar
Air Pressure
Last Updated: Aug 9, 2020, 12:50 AM 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 2.5 GW of wind energy, enough to power nearly one 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

Jun 29 2020
The wind data collection system supports Atlantic Shores’ project development ahead of New Jersey offshore wind solicitations this summer and the university’s crucial climate and storm research TUCKERTON, N.J. — The  Rutgers University Center for Ocean Observing Leadership (RUCOOL) and… Read More
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