CIP to set up wind power operation, maintenance center in central Taiwan

Facility expected to be completed, ready to commence operations by October 2021

Taiwan News
Date: 2020/08/03
By: Eric Chang, Taiwan News, Contributing Writer

Wind turbine (AP photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is teaming up with Taiwanese companies to build a wind power operation and maintenance center in Changhua.

CIP, Reiju Construction (瑞助營造), and CECI Engineering Consultants (台灣世曦工程顧問股份有限公司) signed a contract to build the operation and maintenance center last Friday (July 31), according to CNA. The agreement is worth NT$210 million (US$7.2 million).

Construction is slated to be finished in 2021, with the facility to be located adjacent to the Changhua fishing port.

CIP pointed out that in terms of personnel, equipment, and materials, it will be required to work with local Changhua businesses. Taiwanese firms will handle 80 percent of the project, the report said.    [FULL  STORY]

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