Taiwan's first offshore wind farm "Ocean Wind Power" (Formosa 1) was launched on November 12 this year. It is an important milestone for wind power to enter commercial scale, and it also represents the government's "2025 green power ratio to 20%" check. is gradually being realized. Offshore Wind Power is the first commercial-scale private offshore wind farm in Taiwan. It is co-operated by members of the Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry Association (TOWIA) including Woxu, JERA, Macquarie Investment Group and Shangwei. development.
At the same time, the onshore civil engineering of the first phase of offshore wind farms in the southeast and southwest of Greater Changhua, which Special Database was independently invested by Woxu, has started. The offshore wind farm (376MW), which has cooperated with Weixin Energy and has already started onshore projects, and the Yunneng wind farm of Dade Energy in Yunlin, will also carry out offshore projects next year, showing that the offshore wind power industry in Taiwan has already begun. A prototype. The 815 blackout highlights the importance of energy transition
In 2016, the Tsai Ing-wen government came to power and formulated a blueprint for the energy transformation of 50% gas, 30% coal and 20% green energy in 2025, hoping to achieve the goals of non-nuclear, coal reduction and greening. Many civil organizations have also advocated for energy as established a clear policy framework to attract many international developers to invest in Taiwan. On the other hand, it has launched an industrial localization policy, requiring developers to implement local procurement and assist Taiwan in establishing a local offshore wind power supply chain. However, a seemingly