Orsted obtains license for offshore wind project in South Korea

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OSLO (RockedBuzz through Reuters) – Denmark’s Orsted mentioned on Thursday it has obtained a 1.6 gigawatt (GW) business electrical energy license (EBL) in South Korea for an offshore wind project positioned 70 km (43 miles) away. off the coast of Incheon metropolis.

Subject to a last funding resolution, the project is anticipated to turn into South Korea’s largest offshore wind project when accomplished in the early 2030s, Orsted mentioned.

The project will help Incheon’s net-zero carbon emissions aim with the power to supply renewable vitality to a couple of million households whereas lowering emissions by about 4 million tons per yr, the corporate mentioned in a press release.

Before the event can happen, Orsted should full environmental impression assessments, web site investigations and preparations for participation in South Korea’s annual fixed-price wind public sale, he added.

(Reporting by Terje Solsvik; Editing by Christopher Cushing and Anna Ringstrom)

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