Dong Energy bets heavily on Taiwan

With a new office in Taipei, Dong Energy hopes to land orders for four offshore wind farms totaling 2 GW.

Dong's Asia-Pacific General Manager, Matthias Bausenwein, at the inauguration of the new office in Taipei. | Photo: Foto: Dong energy

Denmark's Dong Energy has established its first official office in Taiwan where the company is working to secure the development of four offshore wind farms in the Changua County.

The Danish energy behemoth's inauguration of the office was attended by Taiwan's Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs, Shen Jong-Chin, and Chief Secretary of the Taiwanese Bureau of Energy, Lee Chun-Li.

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