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South Korean utility signs deal for 600-MW offshore wind farm

The first step in a 5-GW South Korean offshore wind project has been taken with a memorandum of understanding.

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Last week, South Korea's first offshore wind farm was officially opened. The 30-MW wind farm off the coast of the island Jeju is a relatively small affair, but it might soon be followed by a more powerful farm.

Utility Korea South-East Power (KOEN) which is behind the first farm, has now entered a memorandum of understanding regarding the installation of a 600-MW offshore wind farm, report various media including offshorewind.biz.

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