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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) has signed a contract to lease two wharves and the hinterland at Taichung Harbor for 20 years to set up a base for assembling wind turbines destined for offshore wind farm projects in the Taiwan Strait.

The space will be used for unloading components and accessories of offshore wind turbines, assembling and warehousing the turbines, and loading them on working vessels. The space is enough for assembling 30-40 offshore wind turbines a year and the company plans to assemble 360 turbines for its own use for 20 years and offer the excess space for use by other investors in offshore wind farm projects on a rental basis. In addition to assembling, the space affords capacity for maintaining and repairing 30-60 wind turbines a year.

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