New deal struck for 1.5GW South Korean wind farm

Accompanying the offshore wind farm is a lithium battery system to be developed by Japanese 3Dom.

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Singapore-based G8 and South Korean Holim Tech have entered a deal to build a new offshore wind farm off the coast of South Korea.

The offshore wind farm will have a capacity of 1.5GW, which will be enough to supply 500,000 households with renewable energy.

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