Danish consultancy firm K2 Management said Wednesday that it has been selected to provide design and owner’s engineer services for the 504-MW Taean offshore wind project off the coast of South Korea.
K2M secured the assignment after successfully delivering the preliminary feasibility study and site screening in the initial stages of the project development, the task it performed in partnership with South Korea’s Dohwa Engineering.
In the next stage, the consultancy is to deliver the design of the turbine foundations, inter-array and export cables and the offshore substation. Teaming up with Dohwa again, K2M will also carry out energy yield assessment and manage the invitation to tender and permitting processes, the firm said.
The project is promoted by Taean Wind Power. Construction of the wind farm is scheduled to commence in July 2023. The completion date is seen in 2026, K2M said.
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