Offshore Wind  

While we are known for 130 miles of coastline, unparalleled regional and global connectivity, and the highest concentration of technical professionals in the world, New Jersey has much more to offer the offshore wind industry and is becoming a regional hub for the offshore wind supply chain.  



ow-(3).png The New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry allows companies to publicly indicate their interest and ability to supply components and services for US East Coast offshore wind projects. Simultaneously, it serves as a resource for companies looking to buy from and partner with New Jersey-based firms.

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is building the New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry as part of our membership in the Business Network for Offshore Wind, a non-profit organization dedicated to growing the US-based offshore wind supply chain.
Registering with the New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry will also automatically register you in the Business Network for Offshore Wind’s national supply chain registry.




This link will take you to a registry input form on the Business Network for Offshore Wind’s website. The registry input form is comprehensive and competency-based.  It generally takes about 20-30 minutes to complete. 

NOTE: In order to support future business development opportunities for New Jersey-based companies, company contact information and supply chain areas will be made available to the public through the New Jersey Supply Chain Registry.  In addition, detailed product and service offering information entered into the registry may be shared by the Business Network for Offshore Wind with developers and OEM prime contractors looking for partners.


   Click here to access the New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry 

This link will open the State’s Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry, including company names and a high-level description of available products and services.  

Click here to download the excel file of the registry

Additional registry information (e.g., contact information) and custom reports can be requested by emailing Aaron Roller aroller@njeda.com  with a description of your request.  Please indicate “New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry Request” in the subject line of your email.
Disclaimer and Release: By using this registry, the user acknowledges that the information on the registry has not been vetted by the NJEDA in any way and that the NJEDA does not endorse or vouch for the entities listed thereon. By proceeding to use the registry, the user does hereby release and forever give up any and all claims, rights causes of action, suits, costs, damages and demands whatsoever, regardless of whether arising before or after the making of this Release, against the Authority deriving out of or related in any way to services provided to user by any company listed in the registry.  This Release extends to any cause, matter, transaction, act, claim or thing, or omission related to services provided to the user by any company listed on the Registry. This Release is made for the benefit of the Authority and each of the Authority’s successors, divisions, legal representatives, assigns, subsidiaries and/or affiliates, and the Board members, directors, commissioners, employees, agents, representatives and attorneys of all of the foregoing, and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, attorneys, successors, legal representatives and assigns.  This Release shall bind user and anyone claiming by, through or under user



Products and Services 

Offshore Wind Economic Development Tax Credit Program 
The Offshore Wind Economic Development Tax Credit Program is designed to spur private capital investment and employment growth in major, land-based offshore wind industry projects. The tax credit program provides reimbursement for capital investments in industry-specific facilities located in the seven southern counties of New Jersey.

Learn More about Offshore Wind Tax Credit Program
Innovation Economy Programs 
We are committed to nurturing the development of new technologies and ensuring that the State continues to be a leader in innovation. That’s why we offer a full range of programs and services to fuel the continuing growth of core industries vital to the State’s economy. So, whether you are an early-stage company, a research and development firm, a manufacturer, a service provider or other established business, the NJEDA may have the financing, real estate development and technical assistance tools to meet your specialized needs.

Our efforts can provide businesses like yours with low-interest financing through our matching loan programs, tax incentives, real estate, and networking opportunities with the investment community.

Learn more about our all our Innovation Economy Programs 
Small and Mid-Sized Businesses 
Supporting small to mid-sized businesses has always been one of our top priorities. The NJEDA has creative and versatile loan solutions available to small to mid-sized businesses. Contact us to determine if any of our programs are the right fit for your small to mid-sized business needs.

Learn More about all our small to mid-sized business opportunities 
Large Business & Development 
The NJEDA offers a full range of programs to help support large corporations that are creating or retaining jobs in New Jersey. Our incentives are attractive to existing large companies in the state, as well as those considering New Jersey as a future home.Low-interest financing through bonds, direct loans, loan participation, loan participations/guarantees, and tax incentives rank among the key reasons for large corporations to conduct businesses in New Jersey. 

The NJEDA also offers powerful resources to spur economic development and self-sufficiency across New Jersey, particularly in New Jersey’s urban areas. With lower borrowing costs and the ability to bridge financing gaps for municipalities, developers, businesses and community groups in urban areas, the NJEDA is a flexible and effective business partner

Learn more about our Large Business & Development opportunities 


Additional Resources 

New Jersey Offshore Wind Industry Overview
An overview presentation of New Jersey’s offshore wind industry, including information on programs designed to support the growth of offshore wind businesses in the State.
Labor Workforce Development Programs
Access information about programs available from New Jersey’s Department of Workforce and Labor Department to support growth in the offshore wind industry
Information about the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ 1,100 MW solicitation, which is scheduled to be awarded by June 30th, 2019.
2019 Offshore Wind Taskforce Annual Report
Download a copy of the 2019 Annual Report from the State’s Offshore Wind Interagency Taskforce.
Download an appendix from a 2014 New Jersey Department of Transportation report with details on New Jersey’s port assets.  A new offshore wind specific port assessment is currently being conducted by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ Offshore Wind Strategic Plan consultants.  Their updated assessment and port information will be shared publicly as soon as possible.
Learn more about how the offshore wind industry has development in New Jersey.

Contact Us


Sy Oytan

Sector Lead – Offshore Wind



Julia Kortrey

Project Officer, Economic Transformation


Aaron Roller 

Project Officer, Economic Transformation

New Jersey Offshore Wind Interagency Taskforce Agencies