Even with its privileged situation of a long windy coastline, Taiwan still relies to over 50% on coal resources to fuel its growing economy. Now, pioneering wind parks have started to harness the untapped sustainable wind energy on the island’s west coast to enable and promote a less carbon intensive future for the nation.

The project comprises two wind farms consisting of 65 wind turbines, each having a capacity of 2.3MW. At full capacity, the aggregated output of the project is expected to be 507 GWh / year, which is delivered to the regional state electricity authority, Taipower.