CIP matches Ørsted in Taiwan

Taiwan allocated just 4 GW of grid capacity to 11 projects in the country's first offshore wind tender. A small German developer took the largest share, while a major consortium was left with only crumbs.

Aktuelt består Taiwans samlede havpark af én mølle. Det antal skal være mange hundrede gange højere i 2025. | Photo: Siemens Gamesa RE

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) will also be installing offshore wind in Taiwan. The Taiwanese authorities have allocated the investment company 552 MW for the Chungfang project, 48 MW for Xidao and 300 MW for the Chungna project, confirms CIP.

The offshore projects awarded grid in Taiwan represent a significant outcome for CIP in a new and fast-growing market for offshore wind," said CIP Partner Michael Hannibal in a press release.

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