CIP green-lights two offshore wind projects

With fresh capital made off recent asset sales, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has secured the basis for developing two offshore wind farms in Taiwanese waters.
Photo: MHI Vestas
Photo: MHI Vestas

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached a financial close and can thereby begin installation of two Taiwanese offshore wind projects Changfang and Xidao with a combined capacity of 589 MW.

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