RWE joins South Korean partnership targeting 1.5GW floating wind

The German utility and South Korean partner city Ulsan aim to develop domestic floating wind projects totaling 1.5GW.

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In cooperation with Ulsan Metropolitan City, RWE plans to develop floating wind projects totaling as much as 1.5GW along the coasts of South Korea, the German power company informs in a press statement.

"At RWE we want to further expand our market presence in South Korea – one of the fast growing markets for offshore wind. South Korea's excellent wind resource in combination with deep waters close to energy demand poses a great opportunity for floating wind," writes RWE Renewables Offshore Wind Chief Executive Sven Utermöhlen in the media release.

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