Dong signs letter of intent with Canadian company

The Danish utility is throwing itself into a new offshore wind project for 400 MW in Canada. So far, a letter of intent has been signed, giving Dong the exclusive rights to negotiate a development deal.

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This Wednesday, Dong Energy signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with Canadian company Naikun Wind Energy Group, giving Dong the exclusive rights to negotiate a joint development deal for the offshore wind project Haida Energy Field in British Columbia, Canada, announce the companies in a press release.

The Haida Energy wind farm is located in the Hecate Strait, with some of the best and most stable wind conditions in the world, and Dong will contribute to the project with developing and technical experience. Naikun Wind Energy Group writes on its website for the project that Haida Energy Field has already been approved by authorities and could have capacity totaling upwards of 400 MW.

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