Two things are certain when it comes to offshore wind energy projects in New Jersey:
- They will require a lot of infrastructure work — both on land and out at sea;
- Though the projects are set for the future, the infrastructure work to handle them already is getting started.
Therein lies a major economic benefit of the state’s push for a green-energy future.
Maddy Urbish, the head of government affairs and market strategy for Ørsted, and Mike Makarski, the external affairs lead at the Engineers Labor Employer Cooperative, ELEC 825, will lead an ROI-NJ virtual discussion on all this and more at 9 a.m. Feb. 23. (More panelists may be added.)
The best part: It’s free.
We feel those involved in the energy and infrastructure sectors will get valuable insights into the state’s clean energy economy today — and in the future.