CIP and COP establish office in Taipei
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP) Project office in Taiwan was officially unveiled on 6th October. The ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister Yang of Ministry of Economic Affairs and Director General of Bureau of Energy Mr. Lin together with local partners Chairman of China Steel Company Weng Chao-Tung and Chairman of CSBC Cheng Wen-Lon alongside senior executives from CIP and COP as well as representatives from local financial institutions, potential suppliers and government officials.
Copenhagen Offshore Partners Vice President, Jesper Krarup Holst, will be heading the development of 3 offshore wind farms in Taiwan located west of Changhua with a total capacity of up to 1500MW. The 3 projects are in the process of applying for the environmental permit which is required to be in place by the end of 2017. The office will also be heavily involved in the further cooperation with China Steel Company also announced today.