Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has once again proven its competitiveness by recently winning the contract to supply the equipment for Koreas largest offshore wind farm.
Recently, Doosan announced that it had signed a contract with KEPCO Engineering & Construction (KEPCO E&C) to supply the equipment for the 100MW Jeju Hallim Offshore Wind Farm. With the signing of this contract, Doosan will be supplying 18 units of a 5.56MW offshore wind turbine. The contract is valued to be approximately 190 billion won.
The Jeju Hallim Offshore Wind Farm project will be set up near the waters of Hallim Port, which is located in the Northwest region of Jeju island. The project is owned by the client Jeju Hallim Offshore Wind Power Company, which was formed by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO), Hyundai Engineering & Construction (Hyundai E&C) and KEPCO E&C. The EPC work will be performed jointly by Hyundai E&C, KEPCO E&C and Korea Leading Energy Management (KLEM), while Doosan will be handling the manufacturing, supply and maintenance of the wind turbines. The overall construction is slated to be completed by April 2024.