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South Korea will erect 97 MW offshore wind farm

A wind farm with 28 units will be erected off the coast of South Korea.

Photo: LM Wind Power

The South Korean authorities are planning to erect a 97 MW offshore wind farm along the coast in the Yellow Sea, according to SeeNews.

The offshore wind farm will lie in the estuary Saemangeum, located on a tidal flat on the coast of the Yellow Sea.

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