- Nov 24, 2020 10:14 am GMT
South Korea offshore wind and hydrogen set for growth
Orsted plans to develop South Korean offshore wind projects with a potential capacity of up to 1600MW off the coast of Incheon city.
The announcement was made at an event joined by National Assembly members, South Korea's Energy Agency, as well as Orsted and other industrial players with offshore wind track records in South Korea's supply chain.
Earlier this year, Orsted deployed four floating lidars off the coast of Incheon to collect relevant data for securing the potential 1.6GW offshore wind sites.
Orsted's offshore wind projects will be located more than 70km from the main parts of Incheon city and have relatively shallow water depths at the target project site to allow for a cost-effective development.
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