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NEW STRATEGIC PARTNER BACKS TAIWANESE FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT

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Source reNews - Taiwanese floater finds new backer - reNews - Renewable Energy News 

 IX Renewables' Rui-Li Phase 1 Floating Offshore Wind Project in Taiwan has gained a strategic partner in Japan's GF Corporation. This collaboration strengthens the project's potential to support Taiwan's green energy goals, according to IX Renewables.

The Rui-Li 1 project is set to participate in the upcoming floating offshore wind tender, which the Taiwanese government is expected to officially launch soon. The aim of this tender is to select projects that will serve as demonstrations for floating offshore wind in the Taiwan Strait, referred to as the Floating Demonstration. These demonstrations will lay the groundwork for future commercial-scale offshore wind tenders, which are anticipated to all be floating.

IX Renewables highlighted that ongoing discussions with both local and international stakeholders demonstrate strong confidence in the Rui-Li 1 project and the anticipated Floating Demonstration in Taiwan.

Source reNews

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