NJ BPU Plans 3rd Attempt To Get Wind Working

At a time when there have been continued growing questions about the viability of the wind market itself and construction has still has not even started from prior rounds awarded, the BPU has decided now is the time to solicit for a third round:

Each time the state does a solicitation like this, it costs more money and pushes further toward miss deadlines as the BPU continues to generate more hot air than energy.

There is no reason why shareholders should be getting honest information, but NJ’s energy watchdog continues to ignore reality while failing to be straight with the public.


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