Dong floats the possibility of local partners in Taiwan

Dong Energy recently entered into a partnership with a US company, which should pave the way into the US offshore wind market. The same could also be the case in Taiwan, says the head of strategy.

Photo: LM Wind Power

Normally Dong Energy has kept to itself when it comes to developing offshore wind farms.

The company, which is a pioneer on the offshore area, is also probably the industry player with the most know-how about erecting offshore turbines, so there are not many, which can teach the Danish energy company a thing or two.

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