French utility EDF poised for offshore wind venture in China

State-owned French energy company EDF is in talks with local companies to establish offshore wind farms off the coast of China.

Photo: LM Wind Power

Increasing interest seems to have sparked among energy companies to take on offshore wind projects in Asia. Another utility now looks poised to join in.

Denmark's Dong Energy recently established an office in Taipei, intended to facilitate construction of offshore wind farms off the coast of Taiwan. Now, French utility EDF (Electricite de France) may be following Dong's lead.

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