As the country sinks slowly into recession, consumer patience with green energy initiatives is wearing thin.
Strapped taxpayers seemingly no longer interested in funding foreign wind companies like ORSTED that want to industrialize U.S. waters.
Consumers also thinking about pros and cons of an EV, electric vehicle purchase.
Even though Danish developer Orsted cancelled their New Jersey project, Gov. Murphy still plowing ahead with other wind-power experiments.
NJ state Board of Public Utilities now seeking bids for a wind power transmission facility.
Let’s not forget this pending NJ wind farms project called Atlantic Shores, a project by EDF and Shell.
Atlantic Shores has three offshore wind energy lease areas totaling more than 400 square miles under active development.
Located 10 miles off the coast of South Jersey between Atlantic City and Barnegat Light.
Who are supporting partners of the Atlantic Shores wind project?
Rutgers, Stockton, NJ Chamber of Commerce, Greater Atlantic City Chamber, Gary Hill and MBCA, Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City and Atlantic County Economic Alliance and many others.
Electric Vehicles and Wind Turbines; Are They Really Green?
NJ Gov. Murphy now targeting gas-powered cars and trucks. Murphy wants all new vehicles to be electric by 2035. Automakers finally pushing back.
Ford CEO halts EV production.
Ford forced to halt EV production.
NJ Gov Murphy ignoring public’s waning interest in electric vehicles. Automotive manufacturers pushing back on EV mandates.Public Comment.
Ford’s electric vehicle (EV) inventory of 92,000 unsold electric cars causing concern. Company reported financial loss of $4.5 billion in a single year related to EV endeavors.
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