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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.

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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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Hai Long

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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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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Shareholders

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Northland Power

Northland Power is an independent power producer established in 1987 and publicly traded since 1997. Northland Power develops, builds, owns and operates clean and green global power infrastructure assets that produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind and solar. Northland’s vision is to be a top clean and green global power player and to inspire its people to achieve a sustainable and prosperous future for all stakeholders.
Globally, Northland owns or has an economic interest in 2,681 MW (net 2,266 MW) of operating generating capacity. In addition, Northland is currently constructing the 130 MW La Lucha solar project in Mexico, and has multiple projects in advanced development, including 300 MW of onshore wind in the United States of America and the 1,200 MW Baltic Power project (49% equity stake) off the coast of Poland. They recently completed the 252 MW Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm located in the German North Sea.

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Yushan Energy

Yushan Energy Pte. Ltd. is part of the Enterprize Energy Group of companies. Enterprize Energy is a pioneering low carbon energy developer addressing the challenges defining the energy transition.
Dedicated to enabling energy generation where the resource is highest, Enterprize Energy's innovative, international thinking has enabled almost 5 GW of development projects to be secured since 2018.
All Enterprize Energy concepts and projects are designed to promote sustainable, circular economies within the global energy market – fostering mutually beneficial growth from inception through to construction.

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Mitsui & Co.

Mitsui & Co., Ltd. is Japan-based global trading and investment company with a diversified business portfolio that spans approximately 64 countries. Power generation is one of Mitsui’s current core businesses, and Mitsui has accumulated experience and expertise in developing, constructing, financing and operating a diverse portfolio including gas-fired power projects and renewable power projects all over the world. As of July 2021, Mitsui’s portfolio has a total installed gross capacity of over 39.5 GW (net capacity 10.8GW).

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