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JERA completes Formosa 2 offshore wind project in Taiwan

It installed 47 wind turbines with a total capacity of 376MW.

JERA announced it has completed the installation of 47 wind turbine generators at the Formosa 2 offshore wind project off the coast of Miaoli County in Taiwan. 

The wind farm has a total installed capacity of 376 megawatts. It is about to begin full-scale generation to the grid. 

“JERA’s vision is to scale up its clean energy platform of renewables and low greenhouse gas thermal power, sparking sustainable development in Asia and around the world by 2035,” the company noted.

“In the renewable energy sector, JERA continues to actively promote large-scale offshore wind projects both in Japan and abroad to achieve sustainable growth in its corporate value.”

Read more: JERA plans to build 340MW offshore wind project in Japan

JERA owns around 49% of Formosa 2, whilst Macquarie’s Green Investment Group and SYnera Renewable Energy holds 26% and 25%, respectively.


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