Projects

Prior to the Bureau of Energy’s announcement in October 2015 to launch the Transitional Round for Offshore Wind in Taiwan, Yushan Energy had undertaken 3 years of investigative work to identify prospective areas. These studies considered commercial, environmental and technical aspects which would impact upon the delivery of successful, efficient, operating windfarms.

Yushan Energy has now commenced work on a first project, the Hailong wind farm. More offshore wind projects are in the pipeline.

Hai Long wind farm

Prior to the announcement in October 2015 from the Bureau of Energy to launch the Transitional Round for Offshore Wind in Taiwan, Yushan Energy had undertaken 3 years of investigative work to identify prospective areas.

These studies considered Commercial, Environmental and Technical aspects which would impact upon the delivery of successful, efficient, operating windfarms.

Yushan Energy, in collaboration with the Canadian company, Northland Power, are proceeding with the development of  sites in the Changhua Sea area.

This is an area that has been designated by the BoE as being suitable for Offshore Windfarms.

The projects will result in over 1000MW of Offshore Windpower being made available to the Taiwan electrical power grid.

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Hai Long 3

This project, again in collaboration with Northland Power Inc., will undertake the development, construction and operation of approximately 50-56 large scale Offshore Wind Turbines.

The projected installed capacity will be in the region of 500MW with a commensurate capital spend.

Development works are currently ongoing and the projected build out for the project is expected to be from 2022 onwards.

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