Bespoke temporary power solutions throughout the lifetime of an offshore wind farm from installation and commissioning to operations phase.
Integrated solution providing in-country generators, in-house technicians and crew transfer vessels to assist in an array of installation, commissioning, servicing and refueling services.
CWind Taiwan’s modular generator design offers ease of mobilization by quickly separating each generator into 3 individual components, thereby eliminating the use of installation vessels for large lifts during mobilization and demobiolisation. The largest component can be easily lifted with a 1-ton davit crane, and all generators come with all required accessories such as fuel tanks, transformers and cabling.
We offer fuel tanks of different capacity, of which the maximum holds 2000 litres, giving operational flexibility, andwe also provide options for generators with built-in fuel tank, allowing our clients the flexibility of short commissioning usage without the need for refuelling, or directly changing generators without offshore refuelling if need be.
All generators on board are built with remote monitoring system to report all metering indicators. Clients will access full transparency to track the exact performance via real time data on app, as well as respond by triggering the correct processes, while CWind Taiwan’s Operations and Maintenance Teams remain able to plan service and refueling schedules from onshore and are able to respond promptly to any alarms with troubleshooting assistance.
CWind Taiwan continues to strengthen their leading role providing temporary power in Taiwan, and has delivered turnkey services consecutively for three years across the Taipower Changhua Phase 1 and Ørsted Greater Changhua wind farms, supporting in each case the wind turbine commissioning and installation stages. From our three years working experience, we have incorporated lessons learned and developed a team of high-performing Taiwan technicians to offer temporary power solutions to the highest standard. This has been supported by our parent company CWind’s track record of successful provision of generator management and temporary power dating back to 2013. CWind has delivered on 21 projects across offshore wind farms in the UK and Germany. Building upon these experiences, CWind Taiwan has successfully localized full turnkey temporary power solutions to Taiwan.
Taipei, Taiwan, July 27 2023. International Ocean Group (IOG), a leading offshore wind farm services provider, announced today the successful […]
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Taipei, 14th December 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it is sponsoring up to 100 Taiwanese students and local fishermen to […]
Taipei, 15th October 2020. CWind Taiwan announced that it has been awarded a balance of plant (BOP) contract for Formosa […]
Taipei, 1st September 2020. CWind Taiwan announced today that it has been awarded a contract by wpd to provide a […]
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CWind Taiwan has announced the successful execution of a seabed survey for DEME along the gas pipelines in the Anping […]
On behalf of the CWind Taiwan team, we would like to give you an update on the measures we are taking to cope with the effects of COVID-19.
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Taipei, 8th July 2019. CWind Taiwan announced today that its invested offshore training centre, Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation (TIWTC), […]