The CPV Woodbridge Energy Center The CPV Woodbridge Energy Center (“WEC”) is a 725 megawatt (MW) natural gas-fueled combined-cycle power generation facility located in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey. The WEC generates enough electricity to power more than 700,000 homes, helping New Jersey meet its growing demand for energy while also increasing the reliability of New Jersey’s grid. The facility utilizes the most advanced generation technology available today, making it one of the nation’s cleanest and most efficient power generation facilities. Because the WEC is so efficient, it will reduce New Jersey’s dependence on older and less efficient power generating facilities and thereby improves the state’s environmental profile. The WEC uses predominantly “grey water” from the nearby Middlesex County Utilities Authority to meet facility cooling needs, minimizing its impact on valuable water resources and the environment. The WEC also facilitated the cleanup of a brownfield site and will provide public access to the Raritan River for the first time in over 100 years.