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    Taiya, EDF partner for Taiwan offshore wind


    September 19, 2022 - Civi Yap

     

      Taiya Renewable Energy has partnered with EDF Renewables for a proposed offshore wind power project on the west coast of Taiwan.

      The proposed Huan Yang offshore wind power project will use the fixed-bottom model, about 8km from the shore of Changhua County. The planned maximum capacity is 620MW.

      Taiya last week (17 August 2022) announced the cooperation with EDF Renewables to introduce development experience, technology, and resources.

      The project is in the process of receiving approvals from the government entities to enter the tender for phase 3 zonal development.

      Taiya is a Taiwanese energy company focusing on site selection and development of offshore wind farms.

      "Taiya will also leverage its experience in engaging the local stakeholder and combine EDF Renewables’ international experience and industrial skills to support the development of the local industry chain," said Irving Lin, chairman of Taiya.

      Meanwhile, IJGlobal last week (18 August 2022) reported that Northland Power received preliminary approval for its second offshore wind power project – 602MW CanWind, followed by the 1.2GW NorthWind.

      The Energy Bureau targets to set the application period for the first phase of round 3, with a capacity of 3GW, between 16 August to 30 September (2022). Projects that go through environmental impact reviews and receive final approval are eligible to participate.

      Offshore wind power projects that have received preliminary approval include:

      • Ørsted – 750MW Xufeng 2 and 750MW Xufeng 3 in Changhua
      • CIP – 1.8GW Fengmiao in Taichung
      • Taiwan Team – 1.104GW Formosa 4 in Miaoli
      • wpd – 700MW Datian and 700MW Youde in Changhua

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