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Ørsted will pause and revisit its project activities, the project timelines, and local commitments in Taiwan after not receiving an establishment permit in time to sign a 2018 power purchase agreement (PPA) with Taipower for the Changhua 1 and 2a projects.
Ørsted has appointed the Bank of Taiwan, Cathay United Bank and BNP Paribas as lead arrangers for financing the Greater Changhua offshore wind projects in Taiwan.
The proposed reduction in 2019 Feed-in-Tariffs (FiTs) for offshore wind in Taiwan could potentially have a negative impact on Ørsted's localisation plans and the final investment decision for the company's first offshore projects in the country, a spokesperson for Ørsted told Offshore WIND.
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.
Ørsted has signed a contract with Taiwan-based Formosa Heavy Industries for the manufacture of jacket foundation pin piles for the two Changhua offshore wind farms with a combined capacity of 900MW.
Ørsted and the Taiwanese Century Wind Power (CWP) have cut the first steel for the jacket foundation transition piece mock-up.
Ørsted has secured further 920MW capacity for its wind sites offshore Changhua County and now has a 1,820MW offshore wind pipeline in the region.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs has awarded further 1,664MW of offshore wind capacity to four wind farms which are part of two larger projects.
Polish state-owned power producer Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) has withdrawn from bringing the country's first nuclear power plant to realisation and decided to focus on building offshore wind farms instead, according to Reuters, which cites two sources confirming this.
World's leading offshore wind developer Ørsted will join the June auction in Taiwan to seek more capacity for constructing large-scale Greater Changhua offshore wind farms.