Doosan to provide service for 100MW offshore wind farm in Korea

The Korean pioneer company Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has sealed a deal with Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) to provide service for the 100MW Jeju Hallim offshore wind farm.

The offshore wind farm is located nearby Hallim Port in the northwestern part of Jeju Island off South Korea.

According to Doosan, the company signed a 20-year service agreement for operations and maintenance of the project.

It has been reported that the project is "owned by Jeju Hallim Offshore Wind Power Company, which was formed by Korea Electric Power Corporation, KOMIPO, Hyundai Engineering & Construction and KEPCO E&C."

The company aims to boost its position as Korea’s leading offshore wind power company.

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction power services business group chief executive Hongook Park's comment was quoted in a report, “Backed by our accomplishments of successfully supplying and operating wind turbines for the Jeju Tamra offshore wind farm and Southwest offshore wind farm, we were able to also win the O&M service agreement for the Hallim offshore wind farm soon after winning the supplier agreement for this project."

The project is expected to be operational in 2024.

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