PUBLISHED December 13, 2023

Jonathan Spink and David Yoo to lead Copenhagen Offshore Partners Korea Offshore Wind Development Portfolio

December 13, 2023: Copenhagen, Denmark and Seoul, Korea –


Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP), a global leader in offshore wind development and construction, announced that Jonathan Spink has been appointed Co-CEO of COP Korea and will lead the team alongside David Yoo who has served as Co-CEO in Korea since COP entered the market in 2018. Spink will take over for Jesper Krarup Holst while also continuing to serve as Chief Executive Officer of the Haewoori offshore wind project. Holst will continue to serve as Chief Operating Officer for the Jeonnam 1, 2, 3 Joint Venture between CIP and SK E&S as well as his APAC regional leadership role covering Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines.

Spink and Yoo will advance COP Korea’s 4.4GW offshore wind portfolio on behalf of Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and project partners. The portfolio includes the 99 MW Jeonnam 1 project that is currently under construction, Jeonnam 2 and 3, Haewoori 1, 2, and 3, the projects in Shinan and Younggwang provinces, as well as other early market development activities.

“COP’s approach to offshore wind development in Korea has been well-advised, bold, and driven through a partnership and local community mindset,” said Spink. “It’s an honor to be a part of this team and now work together with David Yoo to carry forward all of the good effort that is unleashing offshore wind projects and bringing new renewable energy resources to Korea.”

“Jonathan has shown great vision and leadership since he joined us as CEO of the Haewoori projects in 2022,” said Yoo. “As Co-CEOs of COP Korea, I know we will be successful to continue growing the COP Korea team while also working closely with local leaders and communities to ensure these projects align with Korea’s renewable energy, climate, and economic development goals.”


About Copenhagen Offshore Partners

Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP) is a world leader in offshore wind project origination, development, and construction. COP is accelerating the energy transition through development of a 50+ GW project portfolio, one third of which represents floating offshore wind. An industry pioneer, the group is leading project development in new markets, including four projects currently under construction – Changfang Xidao and Zhong Neng in Taiwan, Vineyard Wind 1 in the United States and Jeonnam 1 in Korea. COP also specializes in system integration capabilities, including power-to-x. COP’s expert team are advancing projects across 17 offices in Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Americas. COP is a proudly independent company owned by its management. Learn more at