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Typhoon-ready Turbines to be the Future of Offshore Wind Installations in Asia Pacific Markets

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Typhoon-ready Turbines to be the Future of Offshore Wind Installations in Asia Pacific Markets

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The Asia Pacific region is witnessing a keenness among countries to develop offshore wind capacity. Taiwan recently announced plans to install a total of 5GW worth of offshore wind capacity. Japan is also looking to replace its nuclear capacity and is planning to install 6GW of offshore wind capacity. Offshore wind energy companies like MHI Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, and Orsted have signed numerous Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to install wind projects in the region, which is emerging as the world's next offshore wind energy hub. However the region is prone to typhoons, which are severe tropical cyclones. More specifically, a typhoon is the strongest of all tropical cyclones.

The Northwest Pacific is the most active tropical cyclone basin around the world, which contributes to about a third of the tropical cyclone activity. Japan and Taiwan have a higher chance of being affected by intense tropical cyclones than anywhere else in the world. Taiwan witnesses an average of 3 to 4 typhoon hits each year, while Japan encounters 2 to 3 (Japan is also susceptible to near-misses from an average of 8 to 10 typhoon passes each year). This poses a challenge for the wind turbine manufacturers to come up with typhoon-ready turbine technology.

Scope

- Detailed overview of typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia Pacific markets.

- Provides information on some of the major offshore wind energy companies who are developing typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia-Pacific markets.

- An overview of developments on the floating foundations suited to typhoon conditions.

Reasons to buy

- Gain insight into typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia Pacific region.

- Identify offshore wind energy companies who are developing typhoon-ready platforms across the Asia-Pacific market.

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Typhoon, Wind turbines, Offshore wind, Asia Pacific, Wind energy companies, Tropical cyclones, Northwest Pacific, Japan, Taiwan, Wind turbine manufacturers, Hurricane, Wind speeds, IEC Typhoon Class (T-Class), CFD (fluid dynamic), Seismic parameters, Loads, Documentation, Certification, Floating foundations, Renewable energy, Capacity


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MHI Vestas

Siemens Gamesa

Orsted

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Typhoon-ready Turbines to be the Future of Offshore Wind Installations in Asia Pacific Markets

Summary

The Asia Pacific region is witnessing a keenness among countries to develop offshore wind capacity. Taiwan recently announced plans to install a total of 5GW worth of offshore wind capacity. Japan is also looking to replace its nuclear capacity and is planning to install 6GW of offshore wind capacity. Offshore wind energy companies like MHI Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, and Orsted have signed numerous Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to install wind projects in the region, which is emerging as the world's next offshore wind energy hub. However the region is prone to typhoons, which are severe tropical cyclones. More specifically, a typhoon is the strongest of all tropical cyclones.

The Northwest Pacific is the most active tropical cyclone basin around the world, which contributes to about a third of the tropical cyclone activity. Japan and Taiwan have a higher chance of being affected by intense tropical cyclones than anywhere else in the world. Taiwan witnesses an average of 3 to 4 typhoon hits each year, while Japan encounters 2 to 3 (Japan is also susceptible to near-misses from an average of 8 to 10 typhoon passes each year). This poses a challenge for the wind turbine manufacturers to come up with typhoon-ready turbine technology.

Scope

- Detailed overview of typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia Pacific markets.

- Provides information on some of the major offshore wind energy companies who are developing typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia-Pacific markets.

- An overview of developments on the floating foundations suited to typhoon conditions.

Reasons to buy

- Gain insight into typhoon-ready wind turbines in Asia Pacific region.

- Identify offshore wind energy companies who are developing typhoon-ready platforms across the Asia-Pacific market.

READ MORE

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Typhoon-ready Turbines to be the Future of Offshore Wind Installations in Asia Pacific Markets

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Single User License:
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Typhoon, Wind turbines, Offshore wind, Asia Pacific, Wind energy companies, Tropical cyclones, Northwest Pacific, Japan, Taiwan, Wind turbine manufacturers, Hurricane, Wind speeds, IEC Typhoon Class (T-Class), CFD (fluid dynamic), Seismic parameters, Loads, Documentation, Certification, Floating foundations, Renewable energy, Capacity


Companies

MHI Vestas

Siemens Gamesa

Orsted