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Ramboll to Design Foundations for 532 MW South Korean Offshore Wind Project

Anma Offshore Wind Energy has selected Denmark-headquartered Ramboll for detailed foundation design and certification support for the 532 MW offshore wind farm in South Korea.

Ramboll has secured the contract for WTG Foundation Detailed Design of the wind farm’s 38 14 MW units, which will be supported on three-legged jackets with pre-installed pin piles.

In November 2023, EEW Korea Heavy Pipe Construction (EEW KHPC) signed a preferred supply agreement (PSA) with the developer for the fabrication and supply of pin piles for the wind farm.

Additionally, Anma Offshore Wind Energy said it relies on Ramboll for developing Design Basis part A and assisting in the certification process with the certification body.

Ramboll established its first office in South Korea at the end of 2022.

“Our growing local team in Seoul collaborates with our international specialists. We take pride in supporting South Korea’s journey toward a green energy future,” said Tim Fischer, Global Executive Director for Wind at Ramboll.


Located in Yeonggwang-gun, Jeollanam-do, the Anma offshore wind farm is said to stand as one of South Korea’s most advanced and largest offshore wind projects.

With a capacity of 532 MW, the Anma offshore wind farm is expected to generate 1,400 GWh of clean electricity annually, benefiting over 1.4 million South Koreans.

The project is planned to start commercial operations by 2027.


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