Ørsted granted permits for 900 MW offshore wind in Taiwan

The Danish developer has received the green light to connect two offshore wind farms in the Changhua region ahead of 2021.

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Taiwan's finance ministry has granted Danish developer Ørsted the green light to connect two offshore wind farms totaling 900 MW to the grid, announces the company.

This marks an important milestone for the Changua 1 project (605 MW) and 2 (295 MW), and Ørsted will thus be supplier of the first offshore wind project of commercial scale in the region. The farm is expected to be installed in 2021.

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