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Localization of Internationalization - joint force with local suppliers to form the “National Team” to enter the “International Cup”

Situated in the center of the APAC region, Taiwan's wind resources are among the best in the world. Considering this, the country's local government has established a clear goal to spearhead renewable energy development, and implement the Industrial Relevance Program (IRP), namely, the localization policies.

Hai Long — the only offshore wind project in Taiwan that offers linkage from 2024 onwards — is determined to make the island the “APAC Offshore Wind Export Hub,” the center of modern technology, services, and talent.

Total Installed Capacity

>1 GW

The "Hai Long Offshore Wind Project," consisting of Hai Long No. 2 and No. 3 wind farms, is jointly developed by Northland Power Inc., Yushan Energy Pte Ltd and Mitsui & Co., with a total installed capacity of 1,044 MW. The "Hai Long Offshore Wind Project" is 40-50 kilometers off the Changhua coast with the water depth of 35-55 meters.

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HAI LONG

2A

Capacity 300 MW
Distance to Shore 45-55 km
Water Depth 35-55 m
Average Wind Speed at HH 10-11 m/s
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2B

Capacity 232 MW
Distance to Shore 45-55 km
Water Depth 35-55 m
Average Wind Speed at HH 10-11 m/s
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HAI LONG

3

Capacity 512 MW
Distance to Shore 50-70 km
Water Depth 40-55 m
Average Wind Speed at HH 10-11 m/s
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New Technology

Hai Long is introducing Siemens Gamesa's flagship wind turbine—SG 14-222 DD to its wind farms in Taiwan. The height of this 14MW wind turbine is equivalent to that of the Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Department Store in front of Taipei Main Station and it is the state-of-the-art technology on the market. This partnership with Hai Long will also enable Siemens Gamesa to expand its investment in Taiwan and upgrade Nacelle 1.0 in Port of Taichung to the one and only full nacelle assembly factory in the APAC region, with double the land area and number of employees.

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Collaboration

Throughout the life cycle of the project, Hai Long aims to work closely with local suppliers and stakeholders. The good collaboration with Taiwanese suppliers, service providers and government authorities are a testament to Hai Long’s willingness to create value locally, while adhering to the highest international standards for quality and safety. By building a green energy supply chain, Hai Long aspires to be a catalyst for Taiwan's industrial transformation and lay a solid foundation for a sustainable economy.

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Talent

In addition to introducing foreign professionals, Hai Long is also committed to cultivating local talents. The establishment of a diversified talent pool in each stage of the project—preparation, construction and operation— will develop Taiwan into an APAC Offshore Wind Export Hub for new technology, services, and talents.

History

Jun 2021
Hai Long 2 and Hai Long 3 passed the first amendment to Environmental Impact Assessment.
Apr 2021
Hai Long 2A obtained the consent from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, to continue implementing the Industrial Relevance Plan.
Dec 2019
Hai Long 2B and Hai Long 3 obtained the Establishment Permit from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.  
Nov 2019
Hai Long signed Preferred Supplier Agreement with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy for wind turbines.
Oct 2019
Hai Long signed Preferred Supplier Agreement with CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering for Balance of Plant.
Feb 2019
Hai Long signed Power Purchase Agreement with Taipower.
Jan 2019
Hai Long 2A obtained the Establishment Permit from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Jul 2018
Hai Long 2 and Hai Long 3 obtained the approval for the EIA report final version submission.
Jun 2018
Hai Long 2B and Hai Long 3 are awarded 744 MW (232+512) installed capacity in the auction phase by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs.
May 2018
Hai Long 2A is awarded 300 MW installed capacity in the allocation phase by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Dec 2017
Hai Long 2 and Hai Long 3 passed the Environmental Impact Assessment at Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan.
Jan 2017
Hai Long 2 and Hai Long 3 obtained site application approval from the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs.
2016
Northland Power and Yushan Energy initiated the joint development of offshore wind farms in Taiwan.