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.
BY MATHIAS ØRSBORG JOHANSEN, ENERGIWATCH
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.
On Dec. 5, all Russian crude oil will be banned in the EU. But oil from the warring country will still flow into the world market, and both the EU embargo and price cap can be circumvented, predicts sanctions lawyer.