Ørsted has entered a deal with offshore operator Ta San Shang Marine to lease a service and operations vessel (SOV) for a 15-year term. The SOV will be used for operations and maintenance (O&M) work for the Greater Changhua offshore wind farms.
This will be the first time that a shipping company builds an SOV, which will sail under a Taiwanese flag, and the ship is set to be delivered in early 2022 and will be based in the Port of Taichung, where Ørsted's future O&M facilities will be located.
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