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Offshore Wind Innovation at the Intersection of Industry and Academia: Attentive Energy Two Project, Awarded Offshore Wind Contract in New Jersey, to Partner with Rutgers University on the Offshore Wind Connect Program 

Read about the Attentive Energy teams recent visit to Rutgers University. Where we were able to tour Rutgers’ impressive departments and facilities, engage with students and faculty, and learn about their extensive innovative technologies and academic programs focusing on clean energy.

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Commitment to Community Engagement: Attentive Energy Two Around the Garden State

Read about Attentive Energy Two’s dedication to community engagement across New Jersey and the series of events hosted to work collaboratively with local residents.

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Attentive Energy Two Commits To Ambitious Offshore Wind Project to Power New Jersey Communities Forward

Learn about how Attentive Energy Two is investing in the local community with a wide range programs and initiatives to build an inclusive clean energy economy.

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The AE2 Commits Series Showcases our Ambitious Offshore Wind Project to Power New Jersey Forward

Learn how Attentive Energy Two is Powering Jersey Forward with offshore wind energy and delivering economic benefits across the state.

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Attentive Energy Partners with Girls Scouts of Jersey Shore on New Innovation Station  

Read about the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s new Innovation Station, a mobile STEAM van, and Attentive Energy Two’s partnership and support to ensure girls from across Monmouth and Ocean Counties have the access and opportunity to learn about science topics as well as the future of New Jersey’s growing offshore wind industry.

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Commitments to Labor Are Central to Attentive Energy Two and New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Goals

Read about Attentive Energy Two’s visits to New Jersey training centers operated by the Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters (EASRCC) and their partnership with Attentive Energy Two to bring union workforce opportunities in the offshore wind industry to underrepresented groups.

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Attentive Energy Two Visits with Local Native American Citizens and Builds Partnership with Indigenous Conservation Organization in New Jersey 

Learn about how Attentive Energy Two and NAAC are working with local communities to deliver opportunities to New Jersey residents and Native American citizens.

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IBEW Local 400 Site Tour

Read about the Attentive Energy Two team’s experience touring IBEW Local 400’s state-of-the art apprenticeship school in Monmouth County, New Jersey and their exciting new partnership to expand its apprenticeship program, pre-apprenticeship program, green energy training component, foundational safety and specialized training offerings, and more.

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NJ Student Day: Gloucester County

Read about Attentive Energy Two and Gloucester County Boys and Girls Club’s NJ Student Day where students learned about the environmental, economic, and community impacts of offshore wind as well as hearing directly from councilmembers, Captains, and industry leaders about offshore wind and maritime careers.

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What’s the NYS Supply Chain Development Partnership? 

Read about Attentive Energy One’s key learnings from a roundtable discussion with New York State Capital Region small and diverse business experts on our Supply Chain Development Partnership and how we propose to support New York’s localization efforts around offshore wind.

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The AE1 Commits Series Underscores our Commitment to Creating a Pathway of Opportunity for Young People in the Community

Read about Attentive Energy One’s proposed investments into local education and training programs to bring career pathways and dedicated resources to local community youth.

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The AE1 Commits Series Highlights our Commitment to Environmental Conservation and Biodiversity

Learn about Attentive Energy One’s historic proposed investment in regional fisheries and environmental conservation efforts to achieve a no net loss of biodiversity and commercial fishing revenue.