Northland Power investing heavily

Northland Power could invest C$20 billion in offshore wind in the next five years. As part of this it also aims to increase its position and footprint in Asia. Current development activities are focused on the giant Hai Long project in the Taiwan Strait, 50-70km off Changhua county. Construction is expected to start in 2023 on the three-phase project, a joint venture between Northland Power (60%) and Yushan Energy (40%), beginning with the 22-turbine, 300MW Hai Long IIA, followed by the 232MW Hai Long IIB and finally the 512MW Hai Long III. According to International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) data, Taiwan currently has 128MW of installed capacity offshore, but this has almost doubled

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