Our projects in Taiwan

Currently, there are 5 offshore wind projects under development, construction and in operation.


Formosa I

Comprises of two phases: Phase 1 has a total capacity of 8MW. Phase 2 has a further capacity of 120MW.

Located approx. 3km off the coast of Miaoli county in North West Taiwan

Owned by Orsted (35%), JERA (32.5%), Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (25%) and Swancor (7.5%)

Greater Changhua

Greater Changhua

Developing four offshore sites
with a minimum 2.4GW capacity.

Power 2,800,000 households.

Located approx. 35 – 60km from shore.

Developed 100% by Ørsted.

Operational after 2021.

Wind Power

Since pioneering the world’s first offshore wind farm in 1991, we have established ourselves as the unrivalled leader within global offshore wind power production. We have built more offshore wind farms than any other company worldwide, and have installed over a quarter of the market’s current capacity. 

By 2020, we aim to triple our total offshore wind capacity, which will enable us to power 16 million Europeans with green energy. We are firm believers in the massive potential that wind energy holds as a renewable energy source, and we hope to see offshore wind powering hundreds of millions of homes globally in future.

As a global leader within green energy, we play a central role in aiding our planet’s transformation from fossil based to carbon neutral energy. We therefore actively seek out new partnerships locally that can help us realize of vision of creating a world that runs entirely on green energy.

Quality, Health, Safety and Environment:

Cornerstones of our business

We aim to constantly improve our Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) procedures. We focus on our employee safety as well as that of the environment surrounding our wind farms. Our QHSE policy ensures that our wind farms are safe by design and that all processes and procedures are adhered to. We also have a clearly defined safety culture in place in order for us to avoid incidents and accidents.

EIA Documents