EEW secures order for Taiwanese offshore wind farm

Foundations manufacturer EEW has secured its first Asian offshore wind order on the second phase of Taiwan's largest farm.

Photo: EEW SPC

EEW SPC will deliver foundations to Taiwan's first offshore wind farm. Jan de Nul, the chief entrepreneur behind the second phase of the Formosa 1 project has nominated the German manufacturer to deliver 20 monopiles to the 120 MW project, announced EEW.

"Formosa 1 is our first offshore wind project in Asia. As well as Europe, we will also be focused on the Asian and American markets in the future," says EEW SPC CEO, Michael Hof. 

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