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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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The Colombian Martime General Directorate (DIMAR) issued Resolution 9 of 2021 in January. This authorizes Vientos Alisios to conduct pre-feasibility studies from the Port of Cartagena.

The proposed 200 MW wind farm, 15 km from the coast, is expected to use 35 turbines rated at 5-6 MW (illustration). Developers intend the project to enter construction in 2024 and come online by 31st December 2025.
 

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Matt Chester on Feb 24, 2021

Colombia has a healthy coast, so I'm actually surprised to see this would be the first offshore wind farm in the country. I wonder why the delay? 

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