Offshore Wind


About Industry / Offshore Wind

- 80% of the world best wind resources

- Potential capacity of more than 15GW

- Thousand Wind Turbine Project







Details of Phase 2 (ZAP)







Localization Policy

    1.Timeline of Localization

Grid-Tie Timeline*

Year 2021

Year 2022

Year 2023

Year 2024

Year 2025


Front Work

Front Work

First Stage

Second Stage

Second Stage


  • Tower
  • Foundation
  • Power Units
  1. Transformer
  2. Switch
  3. Control Panel

(all three are onshore facilities)

  • Marine Engineering Planning/Design/
  1. Investigation, cabling, survey, vessel and equipment design, safety management
  2. Vessel Manufacture:  build up supply chain for new-built or modified vessels (vessels for investigation, support, transportation and cabling)

Follow items in 2021

  • Turbine Components:

nacelle assembly, transformer, control panel, UPS, casting components, hub, power cable and fastener

  • Cabling
  • Marine Engineering Planning/Design/
  1. Construction of tower and foundation, planning of vessel and equipment, safety management
  2. Vessel Manufacture: build up supply chain for new-built or modified vessels (vessels for transportation and installation)


  • Turbine Components:

   gearbox, generator,

   frequency converter,

   blade and resin,

   nacelle, casting

   components in yaw



  • Marine Engineering Planning/Design/
  • Construction of turbine, design of vessel and equipment, safety management


  • Items in the Front Work Period
  • Items in 2023
  • Items in 2024
  • Also items in the Front Work Period
  • Also items in the Front Work Period & items in 2023

*Grid-Tie Timeline: According to the outcome of the Selection Phase which announced in April 2018, all developers have their own timeline for the wind farm to accomplish grid connection.


  1. Manufacturing Related

    Follow the aforementioned timeline, 100% MIT is the target.


  1. Marine Engineering
    1. Joint Venture 51/49
    2. Vessels: 100% owned by Taiwanese partner or 51(TW)/49(Int’l)



    2.Selection Scoring Criteria

a. Technical capabilities (60%):

Construction (25%), engineering design (20%), operation and maintenance planning (15%)

b. Financial capabilities (40%):

Financial soundness (30%), associations with domestic financial institutions (10%)