MHI Vestas to have blades produced in Taiwan

The offshore wind OEM signs a contract with a local manufacturer to have blades made for its Taiwanese projects.

Photo: MHI Vestas

The turbine blades at offshore wind projects Changfang, Xidao and Zhong Neng will be made in Taiwan. MHI Vestas, which has received firm orders for the first two projects and is preferred supplier to the third, has signed a contract with company Tien Li on blade manufacture in the island state.

The deal is a firm manifestation of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in the spring of 2018. This means that another factory will be established at the port in Taichung, MHI Vestas says in a statement.

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