A failed wind farm project that could be located off the southern coast of New Jersey has received a federal grant worth $47 million. But there’s one problem: The project has already been defeated and rejected twice by regulators in the Garden State. The United States Department of Energy awarded the large grant today for offshore wind demonstrations. The proposed project would be located less than three miles off the coast of Atlantic City; however, it still needs state approvals.
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