SET-listed Energy Absolute (EA) is preparing to participate in an auction for a wind power project with a capacity of 3,000 megawatts in Taiwan next year.
Amorn Sapthaweekul, EA's deputy chief executive, said the upcoming auction is the third phase for the offshore wind power project.
"EA is studying further details, such as the project's site and return on investment," he said. "Taiwan has plenty of potential for investment in wind power generation. Previously the Taiwanese government called two bids that saw the participation of many large companies.
"If EA joins the upcoming auction, we have to seek local partners."
The company is confident in its expertise in renewable energy, Mr Amorn said.
Source: Bangkok Post
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