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QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ADMIN COMPLETENESS RESPONSE, FINAL (P0145508XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ADMIN COMPLETENESS RESPONSE, FINAL (P0145508XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLETENESS CHECKLIST (P0145506XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLETENESS CHECKLIST (P0145506XD5D5A)07/29/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 1 (P0145482XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 1 (P0145482XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 10, UPDATED (P0145226-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 10, UPDATED (P0145226-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 11 (P0145485XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 11 (P0145485XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 12 (P0145481XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 12 (P0145481XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 13, UPDATED (P0145190-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 13, UPDATED (P0145190-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 14 (P0145486XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 14 (P0145486XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 15 (P0145526XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 15 (P0145526XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 16 (P0145488XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 16 (P0145488XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 1 OF 5 (P0145490XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 1 OF 5 (P0145490XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 2 OF 5 (P0145479XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 2 OF 5 (P0145479XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 3 OF 5 (P0145491XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 3 OF 5 (P0145491XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 4 OF 5 (P0145480XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 4 OF 5 (P0145480XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 5 OF 5 (P0145489XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 2, PART 5 OF 5 (P0145489XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 3 (P0145487XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 3 (P0145487XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 4 (P0145478XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 4 (P0145478XD5D5A)07/29/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 5 (P0145484XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 5 (P0145484XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 7 (P0145483XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 7 (P0145483XD5D5A)07/29/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 8, UPDATED (P0145224-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 8, UPDATED (P0145224-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 9 (P0145477XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION APPENDICES FOR SECTION 9 (P0145477XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145522-2XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145522-2XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES DISCOVERY REQUESTS - BPU DOCKET NO, QO20080055 - RESPONSE (EXECUTED) (P0145502XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES DISCOVERY REQUESTS - BPU DOCKET NO, QO20080055 - RESPONSE (EXECUTED) (P0145502XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT A (P0145494XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT A (P0145494XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT B (P0145492XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT B (P0145492XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT C (P0145505XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT C (P0145505XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT D (P0145493XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ATLANTIC SHORES_APPLICATION FORM_PROJECT D (P0145493XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 1 - ATLANTIC SHORES - RESPONSE (EXECUTED,COLLATED) (P0145213-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 1 - ATLANTIC SHORES - RESPONSE (EXECUTED,COLLATED) (P0145213-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 2 - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145199-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 2 - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145199-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 3 - ATLANTIC SHORES (FINAL) (EXECUTED) (P0145525-2XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 3 - ATLANTIC SHORES (FINAL) (EXECUTED) (P0145525-2XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 4 - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145204-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) CLARIFYING QUESTIONS 4 - ATLANTIC SHORES (EXECUTED) (P0145204-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) ERRATA SHEET (P0145503XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) ERRATA SHEET (P0145503XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT A - BAFO (P0145499XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT A - BAFO (P0145499XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT B - BAFO (P0145498XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT B - BAFO (P0145498XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT C - BAFO (P0145208-3XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT C - BAFO (P0145208-3XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- (PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT D - BAFO (P0145497XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU Staff(PUBLIC) OREC PRICING SCHEDULE - PROJECT D - BAFO (P0145497XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- 12-20-23-8B ORDERSBPU Staff12-20-23-8B12/22/2023
QO20080555- 2021- Letter to BOEM from VRJS COMMENTSBPU Staff2021- Letter to BOEM from VRJS06/29/2021
QO20080555- 6,11,21 Ltr to SandPaper , Preserve the Ocean COMMENTSBPU Staff6,11,21 Ltr to SandPaper , Preserve the Ocean06/28/2021
QO20080555- 6-30-21-8A-1-REVISED ORDERSBPU Staff6-30-21-8A-1-REVISED01/10/2022
QO20080555- 6-30-21-8A-2-REVISED ORDERSBPU Staff6-30-21-8A-2-REVISED01/10/2022
QO20080555- 9-9-20-8C ORDERSBPU Staff9-9-20-8C09/10/2020
QO20080555- APPLICATION NARRATIVE - OCEAN WIND 2_PUBLIC 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffAPPLICATION NARRATIVE - OCEAN WIND 2_PUBLIC 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- ASOW - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND NARRATIVE (UPDATED PUBLIC VERSION) (P0145979-2XD5D5A) APPLICATIONSBPU StaffASOW - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND NARRATIVE (UPDATED PUBLIC VERSION) (P0145979-2XD5D5A)07/30/2021
QO20080555- BPU VERFIFIED PETITION PACKAGE REVISED 8-7-23 PETITIONSBPU StaffBPU VERFIFIED PETITION PACKAGE REVISED 8-7-2308/17/2023
QO20080555- DOCKET # Q020080555 COMMENTSBPU StaffDOCKET # Q02008055506/09/2021
QO20080555- DOCKET NO. QO20080555 COMMENTSBPU StaffDOCKET NO. QO2008055506/29/2021
QO20080555- EVALUATION REPORT - 2021-05-25 - PUBLIC VERSION REPORTSBPU StaffEVALUATION REPORT - 2021-05-25 - PUBLIC VERSION07/31/2021
QO20080555- NOAA-Ltr-to-BOEM-March-29th-2021-Survey-Guidelines-1 COMMENTSBPU StaffNOAA-Ltr-to-BOEM-March-29th-2021-Survey-Guidelines-106/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_BAFO SUBMISSION COVER LETTER 210719 APPLICATIONSBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_BAFO SUBMISSION COVER LETTER 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_MARCH 10, 2021 BPU INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT (REDACTED) 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_MARCH 10, 2021 BPU INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT (REDACTED) 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 1 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 1 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 2 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 2 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 3 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 3 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 4 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 4 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 5 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 5 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 6 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO CLARIFYING QUESTIONS SET 6 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO INTERVIEW QUESTIONS (UPDATED) 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES TO INTERVIEW QUESTIONS (UPDATED) 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES_ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLETENESS 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW02_PUBLIC_RESPONSES_ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLETENESS 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 10 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1007/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 11 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1107/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 12 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1207/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 13 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1307/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 14 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1407/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 15 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1507/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 16 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 1607/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 2 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 207/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 3 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 307/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 4 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 407/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 7 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 707/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 8 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 8 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 9 210719 CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffOCW2_PUBLIC_ATTACHMENTS TO SECTION 9 21071907/30/2021
QO20080555- OSWBPU COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWBPU06/29/2021
QO20080555- OSWCARBONSOCIALCOST COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWCARBONSOCIALCOST06/09/2021
QO20080555- OSWCARBONSOCIALCOST COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWCARBONSOCIALCOST06/29/2021
QO20080555- OSWCARBONSOCIALCOST COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWCARBONSOCIALCOST06/29/2021
QO20080555- OSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA0499 COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA049906/09/2021
QO20080555- OSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA0499 COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA049906/29/2021
QO20080555- OSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA0499 COMMENTSBPU StaffOSWSUSPENSIONLEASEA049906/29/2021
QO20080555- Press Release - LTR to Biden dead whales COMMENTSBPU StaffPress Release - LTR to Biden dead whales01/13/2023
QO20080555- QO20080555 - (RUCOOL) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON NJBPU SECOND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - (RUCOOL) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON NJBPU SECOND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - AIDA CAMACHO-WELCH (BPU) SUBMITTED A PUBLIC NOTICE OF AN UPCOMING OFFSHORE WIND SPECIAL BOARD MEETING NOTICESBPU StaffQO20080555 - AIDA CAMACHO-WELCH (BPU) SUBMITTED A PUBLIC NOTICE OF AN UPCOMING OFFSHORE WIND SPECIAL BOARD MEETING06/23/2021
QO20080555- QO20080555 - ANNE HAWKINGS (RODA) SUBMITTED COMMENTS REGARDING THE FISHERIES PROTECTION PLAN COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - ANNE HAWKINGS (RODA) SUBMITTED COMMENTS REGARDING THE FISHERIES PROTECTION PLAN09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - CHRIS HART (ATLANTIC SHORES OFFSHORE WIND) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR NJ'S 2ND OFFSHORE WIND SOLICITATION COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - CHRIS HART (ATLANTIC SHORES OFFSHORE WIND) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR NJ'S 2ND OFFSHORE WIND SOLICITATION09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - DAVID H. WALLACE (NORTH ATLANTIC CLAIM ASSN) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE NJ WIND ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - DAVID H. WALLACE (NORTH ATLANTIC CLAIM ASSN) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE NJ WIND ENERGY STRATEGIC PLAN09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - ENRIQUE ALVAREZ-URIA (RENEWABLES) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - ENRIQUE ALVAREZ-URIA (RENEWABLES) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - KATE MCKEEVER (RWE RENEWABLES AMERICAS, LLC) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - KATE MCKEEVER (RWE RENEWABLES AMERICAS, LLC) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - PATRICIA DOERR (THE NATURE CONSERVANCY) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - PATRICIA DOERR (THE NATURE CONSERVANCY) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - SCOT MACKEY (GARDEN STATE SEAFOOD ASSN) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON NJBPU'S SOLICITATION SECOND DRAFT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - SCOT MACKEY (GARDEN STATE SEAFOOD ASSN) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON NJBPU'S SOLICITATION SECOND DRAFT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - SUNNY GUPTA (ORSTED US OFFSHORE WIND) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - SUNNY GUPTA (ORSTED US OFFSHORE WIND) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - THOMAS DAMERON (SURFSIDE FOODS, LLC) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - THOMAS DAMERON (SURFSIDE FOODS, LLC) SUBMITTED COMMENTS IN REGARDS TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - UNDERSIGNED ORGANIZATIONS SUBMITTED COMMENTS PETAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - UNDERSIGNED ORGANIZATIONS SUBMITTED COMMENTS PETAINING TO THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555 - WILLIAM H. WHITE (ENBW-NORTH AMERICA) SUBMITTED COMMENTS TO THE NJ 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555 - WILLIAM H. WHITE (ENBW-NORTH AMERICA) SUBMITTED COMMENTS TO THE NJ 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080555- PETER BLAIR (CLEAN OCEAN ACTION) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080555- PETER BLAIR (CLEAN OCEAN ACTION) SUBMITTED COMMENTS ON THE DRAFT NJ OFFSHORE WIND 2ND SOLICITATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT09/06/2020
QO20080555- QO20080560 - JANICE FULLER (ANBARIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN OFFSHORE WIND STRATEGIC PLAN COMMENTSBPU StaffQO20080560 - JANICE FULLER (ANBARIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS) SUBMITTED COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN OFFSHORE WIND STRATEGIC PLAN09/06/2020
QO20080555- SAVE LBI UNSOLICITED ATLANTIC SHORES ANALYSIS CORRESPONDENCEBPU StaffSAVE LBI UNSOLICITED ATLANTIC SHORES ANALYSIS04/25/2023
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Heidi Volpe4/28/2023 3:18:14 PMI am 100% opposed to offshore winds turbines. This form of energy is wasteful! Disruptive to marine life and birds, spinning turbines kill native and migratory birds, sonar mapping and digging detrimental to marine life, requires fossil fuels to run turbines that frequently leak and will pollute the ocean/environment, poor source of energy! This is a ridiculous initiative with huge cost and poor outcomes. You want renewable, sensible energy- invest in nuclear energy. It’s clean and efficient. Only the uneducated support these nonsense turbines.  
Kassandra L Funkhouser4/27/2023 5:56:00 PMNO OFFSHORE WIND!! 
Penny Campell4/27/2023 11:08:47 AMI am opposed to off shore wind turbines .The takeover of our ocean by foreign companies and the loss of our own ocean is a disgrace for all America. The current administration has overruled local communities rights to make decisions in their own towns . Your agency is responsible for this takeover and the destruction of our ocean . The endangered species that we are losing everyday from your incompetence is AGAINT the LAW. and you should be brought into court and face charges. How can you allow the 'Takes", "harassment" to continue ? You are allowing the murder of whales and dolphins and our entire east coast. You are allowing the destruction of our beaches, fishing industry, tourism and real estate. I am against wind turbines in our ocean and the selling off of our energy to foreign companies . 
Ellen Martin4/27/2023 11:04:56 AMVery much opposed to building a wind turbine ranch anywhere. No one did their research. The massive distraction this industry will do to our earth is unconscionable. The only thing green is the money that will be made. All about greed.  
Kirsten Gillies4/5/2023 4:54:17 PMSince December when testing began for this project 29 Whales and 25 Dolphins have washed ashore. How is the obvious not being investigated ? Why haven’t organizations who are supposed to be protecting our animals and environment speaking out to stop this until further investigation has been done on these deaths. The answer they where hit by boats is not the reason they weren’t able to stay clear of the boats. This is an excuse to cover up the coincidence of sonar testing and sonar disruption to these animals ! Please take a stand before we loose more precious Marine life 
Cindi Zanki4/5/2023 11:53:00 AMThere are a lot of Dolphins and whales dying off shore. Why is nothing being done about this? The sonic booms or something that they are doing is effectively killing them. Also what about the bird migration? Wind mills are a huge killer of migratory birds. Did they study this.  
julia knaz4/5/2023 11:37:00 AMwe do not need these stupid wind mills. We pay big bucks to be at the beach we want to see open seas not the windmills. Not only are they distracting but we are losing our Dolphins and Whales to the noise these create when they are being tested and moved into the ocean. 
Russell Eidmann-Hicks4/1/2023 10:37:16 AMI am very much in favor of sustainable energy in the form of wind power on our Atlantic coast, and I applaud Governor Murphy and the NJ legislature for proposing wind turbines to produce clean energy. I think wind turbines are beautiful and will not mar the view from the beach, but enhance it. We MUST act now to curb the terrible consequences of increased global warming due to climate change. Fossil fuels are the main culprits and we MUST move toward clean energy.  
Ed Nash1/13/2023 8:46:36 PMI am 100 percent opposed to this project. It seems to me that these "environmental" projects do the exact opposite of what they were intended to do. It is quite clear that the powers that be have no idea how these wind turbines will affect the local wildlife or human life for that matter. Please do your job, stop this project, and do the proper studies instead of rushing this through for political reasons. I am not opposed to alternative sources of energy, but wind turbines are a poor alternative. 
Mary Smith1/13/2023 4:08:34 PMI am completely against the industrialization of our beautiful Atlantic Coast in the name of "green" energy. These turbines offer no return on investment, will be obsolete in a short period time and will not reduce carbon emissions. They will however, have destroyed the livelihood of commercial fisherman, destroyed the beds of the hard shells, crippled the sonar communication abilities among the sea mammals - another beached whale on 1/13/2023 this time in Brigantine, they will block the migration paths of birds and sea mammals, and will impact the already endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. Citizens DO NOT want the turbines. We do not want leases to foreign countries and we want the government to halt the rush to "go green" at the cost of allowing 157,000 sea creatures to be killed or injured in the process. Our beaches are gifts, we do not want them destroyed by offshore windmills that leak oil, are prone to lightning strikes, leak hydraulic fluid, release EMFs, and pollute the night skies with blinking lights. They also make great targets for terrorists. Please listen to the residents and property owners of New Jersey and STOP! Invest funds into finding a better way to produce energy! 
Bernadette Fuller 1/13/2023 4:00:15 PMI am totally opposed to the offshore windmills. Further study is required to see the benefit. Marine life is fragile. Look eave it alone. 
Bernadette Fuller 1/13/2023 3:59:26 PMI am totally opposed to the offshore windmills. Further study is required to see the benefit. Marine life is fragile. Look eave it alone. 
Cynthia McCann1/13/2023 3:29:10 PMI strongly object to the project and deeply concerned about the impact the windmills will have on our ecosystems, wildlife, whale migration, sound pollution, sustainability, chemical pollution and much more. We need to protect our oceans, along with the ocean bed. There is a ton of research about the impact wind farms have on wildlife and how they are not a sustainable source of energy due to the maintenance, weather and breakage along with the pollution. The fact that this was corruptly pushed on out community without concern for our thoughts and bottom line, and the fact that in President Biden's home state of DE they are fighting these as well, shows that no though has been put into this and the money grubbers are the only ones to benefit. Please cease and desist! SEVEN dead whales in the recent weeks cannot be denied or ignored! 
John Chiarella1/13/2023 1:32:09 PMI share and support the attachment from Clean Ocean Action:Press Release - LTR to Biden dead whales
David Caldwell1/12/2023 10:51:18 PMI am vehemently opposed to the proposed location of these turbines given the devastating effect they will have on our state's fishing industry, ocean life and economy. This project is being pushed through with little public awareness and without the necessary BOEM review. Moreover, the benefits and effectiveness of wind turbines across the globe have proven to be much less than anticipated. I believe in climate change and the need for clean energy, however in this case the cure is truly worse than the disease. 
Gina Masessa1/4/2023 7:24:29 PMThis wind benefit of the turbines has not been proven. Also nothing has been discussed on how they will be maintained. Move them further out! 
Tanya Wyant10/12/2022 9:56:39 AMI do not agree with the project and deeply concerned about the impact the windmills will have on our ecosystems, wildlife, whale migration, sound pollution, sustainability, chemical pollution and much more. We need to protect our oceans, along with the ocean bed. There is a ton of research about the impact wind farms have on wildlife and how they are not a sustainable source of energy due to the maintenance, weather and breakage along with the pollution.  
Ed Roland6/30/2021 1:03:11 PMThis process has not been adequately publicized so all stakeholders know about it. The planned industrialization of the shoreline of New Jersey will be a shock to a lot of New Jersey citizens. When I speak to NJ residents on the topic most are uninformed. Those that know about it are mostly misinformed. The negative impact on the environment, fishing impact and tourism will be large. The regressive tax effect of overcharging NJ residents for electricity will hurt the poorest citizens the most. [In the case of Ocean Wind the cost of electricity is triple compared to natural-gas generated electricity] Without the completion of an environmental impact statement first this shouldn't proceed. Also, please find attached a letter from NOAA to BOEM regarding the BOEM's lack of adherence to the NOAA's report "Recommendations For Mapping Fish Habitat". Could teh BPU address why the NOAA's recommendations are not being implemented or how they will be corrected? In summary, the promised benefits of cleaner energy are not material when considering the carbon footprint of construction of the turbine farm and its decommissioning. The negative affects on marine life including endangered species, fishermen's livelihoods, tourism and more are huge. A fair, two-sided public discussion should occur rather than the way this is being rammed through without public discourse.NOAA-Ltr-to-BOEM-March-29th-2021-Survey-Guidelines-1
Rand Pearsall6/30/2021 10:52:48 AMI am greatly concerned the decision to move forward with the wind farm off LBI was taken without proper public input and when the turbines were much smaller. There appears to be little justifiable reason for this farm to be so close to LBI especially given the many concerns, not the least of which is the spoiling of a natural view of a precious public resource. The fact that almost no comment or consideration has been given to the view at night with the red blinking warning lights is a terrible oversight. Please move this field much further to the east. 
Lee Evans 6/29/2021 7:32:41 PMTotallly against these wind farms. Bad for our commercial fishing, tourism industry, whales and other sea mamals, fish, turtles, and house shoe crabs. They will drastically increase our electric bills. They are very expensive to build and only last 25 years. Estimates are that it will take 50 years to pay them all. 
Ron G. Gardella6/29/2021 6:54:22 PMI adamantly oppose the Offshore Wind Project. I purchased a home in Aug. 2020 in Holgate. Had I known that this project was in the making, I would have never made this purchase. The fact that these 800 foot wind turbines can been seen offshore, is bad enough. You don't go to the mountains to see skyscrapers, you want to see mountains and trees. You don't go to the beach to see wind turbines, rotating and killing birds, you want to see ocean and an unobstructed view of the sky. But besides the view, what about the Right Whales migration path each year; the pollution that these turbines will create, oil, gas and carbon into the water; the fisherman's catch that will be affected in the area because of the underwater sounds that will be emitted, and of course the tourists that will find new areas to go to on vacation. This must be stopped to save the future of LBI.  
Bob Stern6/29/2021 11:03:29 AMPlease post the attached comments.OSWBPU
Duane Watlington6/29/2021 9:31:42 AMLocating these industrial windfarms within a visible distance of the NJ shore WILL have a devastating effect on shore rentals and tourism! We urge you NOT to authorize purchasing this power from offshore wind until an alternate location, not visible from shore, can be utilized, possibly the Hudson South Area, 30+ miles offshore. If approved NJ could lose over 12 Billion in tourism revenue, and a loss of tax revenues for the state of almost 1.5 Billion! Attached please find our comments that were summitted to BOEM earlier this year regarding this matter, supporting the above economic loss. Please do not approve this energy purchase. It will be devastating to our shore economy! Duane Watlington 2021- Letter to BOEM from VRJS
Dina Hays 6/29/2021 8:52:38 AMI am vehemently opposed to the development of offshore wind farms as they themselves require fossil fuels for their production, are unreliable in certain weather conditions, kill wildlife, are not a renewable resource once defunct and are an eyesore on our beautiful shoreline which will impact tourism. I implore you not to proceed with this project!  
Timothy Feeney6/28/2021 11:25:51 PMI am against this project, it is progressing very quickly without public input and what I would consider to be thorough research on possible environmental and ecological effects on the marine environment. The area off Long Beach Island is home to one of the most sensitive and valuable fisheries on the east coast. This area also includes the migratory paths of both endangered birds and marine life which would be threatened by the turbines.. New Jersey is the most densely populated and one of the most developed states in the nation, our open natural vista that is its seascape is treasured by millions. To have our horizon scarred by hundreds of 850ft turbines some as close as 9.5 miles offshore would be a horrific visual impact .Studies have confirmed this could affect the tourism industry which is the lifeblood of South Jersey. The speed and manner that this project is being developed reminds me of the placement of rock jetties along New Jersey’s coast many years ago. The jetties never solved beach erosion and in some cases exacerbated it.  
JoAnn Gardella 6/28/2021 5:01:30 PMThere are too many environmental issues that have not been answered from the oils and chemicals that will be allowed to be dumped in the ocean to the disastrous harm to sea life including only 360 endanger whales along with migratory birds. The noise under water, the soft sea bed and many more situations that will harm the environment. These windmills will not help the earth but they will certainly harm it along with creatures that call the ocean and sky their home. This project needs to halt so real discussion with experts can begin.  
Ashley donahue 6/28/2021 4:38:18 PMI oppose the projects proposed location . Please move to Hudson south! This will affect our view and tourism, and our environment.  
James Binder6/28/2021 6:37:18 AMSee attached. It addresses carbon free alternatives to offshore wind that would allow a more balanced carbon free energy approach. 6,11,21 Ltr to SandPaper , Preserve the Ocean

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