Doosan signs MoU with KEPCO E&C to develop overseas wind power projects

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13 April 2016, Nuclear, Solar, Wind

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Under the MOU, KEPCO E&C will be able to apply Doosan's advanced wind power solutions when co-developing wind power projects overseas, and would be chosen as an EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) contractor, being in charge of the entire project ranging from design, production to installation work.

As a leading wind power developer in Korea, KEPCO E&C has an extensive overseas network and the capacity to effectively execute overseas wind power projects. In December of last year, KEPCO E&C was awarded with a project from Jordan's National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) to build and operate the 89.1 megawatt Fujeij wind power plant in Amman, Jordan, the first-ever for a Korean company.

Since 2011 when Doosan applied its very own technology to develop Korea's first globally-certified 3MW-class offshore wind turbine, the WinDS3000, Doosan has been proactively expanding into the wind power business, and it currently holds the largest track record to date as the leading supplier of wind solutions for on/offshore wind farms in Korea. The wind turbines that have been supplied or are under construction by Doosan amount up to 207 MW (3MW x 69 units) to date.

Source: MarketLine

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