CIP awards Taiwan contract

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners hires a Taiwanese company for supply substations but appeals to authorities to relax local content requirements – especially for wind turbines.
Photo: TECO / PR
Photo: TECO / PR

Taiwanese motor maker Teco has won a contract from Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which has hired the company to supply and install onshore substations for offshore wind farms Chang Fang and Xidao. Work is is planned to begin toward the end of this year and set to conclude in 2021 when the first 100 MW of the facility's 600 MW are slated to enter operation. The wind farm's full capacity will go online in 2023, Teco informs in a press release.

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