Our offshore wind farms


Since pioneering the world’s first offshore wind farm in 1991, we’ve established ourselves as the unrivalled leader within global offshore wind power production.

We´ve built more offshore wind farms than any other developer in the world – and we´ve only just begun. By 2023, we will have the world´s biggest offshore wind farm in operation as well as Taiwan’s large-scale project.

Operational
  • Formosa 1

    Formosa 1


    Location: Miaoli County
    Ownership: Ørsted (35%), JERA (32.5%), Seagull (25%), Swancor (7.5%).
    Number of turbines: 22 turbines
    Installed capacity: 128MW
    In operation since: 2020

    Formosa 1 is Taiwan’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm. Located approximately three kilometre off the coast of Miaoli County, the project was Ørsted’s first opportunity to share our more than three decades of offshore wind expertise, including project management, marine engineering, project financing, and global offshore wind Quality, Health, Safety, Environment standards. With a total installed capacity of 128 MW, the offshore wind farm was completed at the end of 2019 and began commercial operations in January 2020, making it the first commercial-scale offshore wind farm in Taiwan that can provide clean energy to 128,000 Taiwanese households a year.
Under construction
  • Greater Changhua 1

    Greater Changhua 1


    Location: 35-60 kilometres at the coast of Changhua County 
    Ownership: Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and Cathay PE (50%), Ørsted (50%)
    Number of turbines: 75 turbines (8 MW each)
    Overall capacity: 605.2 MW
    Expected commercial operation: 2023
  • Greater Changhua 2a

    Greater Changhua 2a


    Location: 35-50 kilometers at the coast of Changhua County
    Number of turbines: 36 turbines (8 MW each)
    Overall capacity: 294.8 MW
    Expected commercial operation: 2023
In development
  • Greater Changhua 2b

    Greater Changhua 2b


    Location:
    35-50 at the coast of Changhua County
    Awarded capacity:
    337.1 MW
    Expected operation:
    2025

  • Greater Changhua 4

    Greater Changhua 4


    Location: 35-60 kilometres at the coast of Changhua County
    Awarded capacity:
    582.9 MW
    Expected operation:
    2025
  • Greater Changhua 3

    Greater Changhua 3


    Location: 35-50 kilometres at the coast of Changhua County
    Potential capacity:
    570 MW (obtained EIA apparoval)
  • Xu Feng 1, 2, 3

    Xu Feng 1, 2, 3


    Location: 37-62 kilometres off the coast of Changhua County
    Potential capacity:
    2.1 GW
  • Wo Neng 1, 2

    Wo Neng 1, 2


    Location: minimum 42 kilometres off the coast of Taichung
    Potential capacity:
    3 GW
Offshore wind power

Leading the way for 30 years

Since pioneering the world’s first offshore wind farm in 1991, we’ve built more wind farms at sea than any other company worldwide