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Windtech International May June 2024 issue






Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC) has announced that it had signed agreements with local companies in Vietnam to develop wind energy projects in the country.

Geewon Park, Chairman and CEO of DHIC, signed a business agreement with Vietnam’s state power company Vietnam Electricity (EVN) to develop an energy storage system (ESS)-linked 3MW offshore wind power demonstration project Under the agreement, EVN will support DHIC in securing the test site and acquiring approval on the project. DHIC, acting as an EPC contractor, will be supplying wind turbine equipment, including the ESS, and will be performing O&M services jointly with Korea South-East Power Co (KOEN).

DHIC also signed an agreement on the development of a wind farm with CC1, a Vietnamese general construction company, which holds a wind power generating license for a total capacity of 105MW. Based on the agreement, DHIC will be supplying and providing maintenance services on the main equipment for two wind turbine farms in the Binh Thuan Province of Southern Vietnam, which is where CC1 holds a business license.
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