Last week, Joseph Fiordaliso, President of the NJ Board of Utilities (BPU) accused New Jersey’s power companies of “dragging their feet” in moving their ocean wind projects forward. He said “time is not a luxury New Jersey can afford”.
In remarks at the June 7 meeting of the BPU, Fiordaliso said:
“Time in building these wind turbines is not a luxury New Jersey can afford. . . We cannot afford any more delays!”
Although Fiordaliso did not mention any company by name, he said he hoped representatives of at least one of the companies was listening, and would bring word back to their superiors.
“Put your nose to the grindstone and let’s get this going again, Fiordaliso said. “Because my patience is short and these delays are intolerable. And if you cand do that, we’re going to have an intense discussion”.
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