Taiwan to build offshore wind port

A Taiwanese energy company has rented 12.8 hectares and will build South-East Asia's largest port for both its own offshore wind turbines, and for renting to other companies.

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The offshore wind market in Taiwan will soon get a new hub, according to the Taipei Times.

Energy company Taipower has rented a 12.8 hectare area in the Eastern country's third-largest city, Taichung, where the plan is to construct an offshore wind port made up of two yards, which will be used to assemble and mount turbines.

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