A2Sea lands its first order in Asia

The Danish carrier will transport turbines with a total capacity of four MW. Although modest, the order heralds a future offshore market in Asia, says the company.

The new contract to install two offshore turbines in Taiwan is just a small step in the order book for Danish service carrier A2Sea, but it is a major step for the European sector of suppliers to the wind industry.

This is how A2Sea describes the new order for Taiwan's Formosa 1 wind farm. A2Sea is owned by Danish energy company DONG and German conglomerate Siemens. The entire farm will be built in two phases, with a total capacity of 124MW.

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