Category Archives: Wind Energy

Siemens Gamesa Expands Taichung’s Nacelle Plant by Threefold

published: 2022-09-29 9:30 | editor | category: News
Siemens Gamesa hosted the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of its nacelle plant in Taichung on the 21st of September, and plans to add more than threefold of land at 90,000m2. The expansion is expected to hire more than three times of local employees, as well as construct two new plants and one warehouse for local production and assembly of nacelles for offshore wind turbines. ...  more

Offshore Wind Power Team Taiwan 2.0 Established, and Swancor Expands Local Industry Chain Partnerships

published: 2022-09-26 9:30 | editor | category: News
The deadline for the development of offshore wind power blocks is approaching. Swancor Renewable Energy will hold the Formosa 4 and Formosa 5 Offshore Wind Power Supplier Conference today (26th) to expand the original "Offshore Wind Power Taiwan Team" lineup and partner with more than 30 leading suppliers, banks, and insurance companies to jointly invest in two offshore wind farms in Miaoli. Anna Su, CEO of Swancor Renewable Energy, said that she has shown her determination to support industry-related policies. ...  more

Europe’s Risen Wind Power to Help Mitigate Power Supply Crisis under Heat Wave

published: 2022-08-16 9:30 | editor | category: News
With the arrival of the heat wave in Europe, natural gas and nuclear power plants are unable to fully exert their generation under such high temperature, and has thus resulted in power inhibitions for the entire continent. Fortunately, Bloomberg’s model projects that Europe’s wind power generation would start to increase next week, which means that not only is the power supply crisis slightly mitigated, but also a reduction in temperature. ...  more

Offshore Wind Power Establishment Impacted by COVID-19; Accumulated Installation of 200 Wind Turbines by the End of 2022

published: 2022-08-11 9:30 | editor | category: News
As pointed out by the report of the National Audit Office, the target for Taiwan’s accumulated quantity of offshore wind turbines in 2021 fell below expectation by a significant margin, and the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) responded that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on offshore wind power is regarded as a global phenomenon, where the entry and exit of related personnel, movement of vessels, as well as the manufacturing and transportation of materials, have been considerably affected. ...  more