Ørsted gets important nod for 2.4 GW of offshore wind

The Danish utility is moving one step closer to a major Southeast Asian expansion with preliminary environmental approval for four Taiwanese projects.

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Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has given the preliminary green light to seven offshore wind projects. Four of the projects, totalling 2.4 GW and between 218-301 turbines will be delivered by Ørsted, while the remaining three of 2 GW and up to 228 turbines will come from the Swancor Industry.

Taipei Times reports that Ørsted wants to invest approximately NTD 300 million (EUR 8.4 million) across the four projects.

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