BlueFloat’s 1 GW Floating Offshore Wind Project in Taiwan Clears EIA Review

BlueFloat Energy’s 1 GW Winds of September floating offshore wind project in Taiwan has passed the final Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) committee review, the developer announced via social media on 17 January.

This milestone follows the company’s preliminary approval last October. Winds of September is BlueFloat Energy’s first floating offshore wind project in Taiwan which the company unveiled in 2022.

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The project, which covers a 125-square-kilometre area, is located 25 kilometres off the coast of Hsinchu County and Hsinchu City.

In March 2023, BlueFloat Energy deployed a floating Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) system at the site to gather local metocean data, including wind, wave, and current information.

The company also appointed K2 Management as the Owner’s Engineer for its floating offshore wind project.

BlueFloat Energy remains committed to exploring and maximising the potential of floating offshore wind, contributing to the country’s carbon-neutral objectives, according to the developer.


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