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CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering, a joint venture between DEME Group and CSBC Corporation, has signed a contract with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to transport and install wind turbines for two offshore wind projects in Taiwan, according to local media reports. The contract was reportedly signed for the Changfang and the Xidao wind farms offshore Changhua. The two […]
Northland Power and Yushan Energy, the developers of the proposed Hai Long offshore wind farm in Taiwan, have reportedly signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with the recently formed joint venture between Belgian GeoSea and Taiwanese CSBC Corporation to cooperate in Taiwan's offshore wind sector.
Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime have entered into a partnership with Taiwan's shipyard CSBC Corporation to jointly produce and supply offshore substations to the Taiwanese offshore wind market that is preparing for take-off.
As reported on Wednesday, GeoSea today (21 December) informed about the cooperation agreement with CSBC Corporation signed in Taiwan, adding that they will now establish a Taiwanese Joint Venture (JV) company which will bid for building the upcoming offshore wind farms immediately after it is officially set up with all regulatory approvals in place by mid-2018.
Ørsted has signed a contract with CSBC Corporation for the manufacture of ''a significant number'' of wind turbine foundation pin-piles for the first 900MW Greater Changhua projects in Taiwan.
Today, 20 December, GeoSea entered into an agreement with Taiwan's shipbuilding company CSBC Corporation to cooperate on a series of offshore wind projects, according to Taiwanese media.
Bladt Industries has entered the Taiwanese offshore wind market by signing two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with CSBC Corporation and Century Wind Power (CWP), a subsidiary of Century Iron and Steel Industrial.
Vattenfall Gives Reasons for Choosing Siemens Gamesa 8MW Turbine Vattenfall has chosen the new 8MW Siemens Gamesa wind turbine for its Danish offshore wind farms because it “was simply the cheapest choice in the market measured by cost per generated megawatt-hour electricity,” Michael Simmelsgaard, Head of Offshore Wind and Country Manager for Vattenfall in Denmark, said. Spain: […]
Throughout the year behind us, we witnessed numerous business moves within the industry from mergers and takeovers to companies securing their positions in non-domestic markets where offshore wind is about to take off. Here, Offshore WIND is reminding of only few of the big business news from 2017.
Spain: 5MW Floating Wind Turbine Taking Shape Dutch heavy transportation and lifting company ALE has lifted the second section of a telescopic tower of the first self-installing telescopic offshore wind turbine at the Arinaga port, Gran Canaria. The works are being carried out under the Horizon 2020 Elisa/Elican project, which will result in installing the […]
SeaRoc Group has been awarded a contract to deliver training on effective health and safety (HSE) management in offshore wind to Taiwan-based CSBC Corporation, in partnership with ClassNK. The training, taking place on 16 and 17 March 2016, will allow CSBC to safely plan and manage activities for the complete lifecycles of offshore wind farm projects […]
Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation (TIWTC) and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to collaborate on establishing Global Wind Organization (GWO) training center in Taichung, Taiwan.
CWind Taiwan, Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC), Taiwan Power Company (Taipower), China Steel Corporation (CSC), China Ship Building Corporation (CSBC), and Swancor have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to set up a joint venture to cultivate and develop offshore wind power personnel in Taiwan.
Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has not approved the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Taiwan Generations Corporation's (TGC) 28-turbine Fuhai Offshore Windfarm off the coast of Changhua County.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) officially unveiled its offshore wind project office in Taiwan today and announced collaboration with state-owned partner China Steel and Diamond Generation Asia (DGA), a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation.
Danish fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has acquired three offshore wind sites under development in Taiwan with a combined capacity of 1,500MW.