Project highlights

A total capacity of up to 2GW representing the largest offshore wind project currently under development in Taiwan

Full Environmental Impact Assessment approvals secured and preparing for the Round 3 grid auction process for project to be operational after 2025

Owned and developed by the experienced partnership of JERA, GIG, and EnBW

Expected to be the champion of localisation to create a sustainable offshore wind supply chain

Connecting a cleaner future and our community

Formosa 3 (Haiding) Offshore Wind Project includes Haiding 1, Haiding 2 and Haiding 3, a total of 3 offshore wind farms, located 35-60km off the coast of Changhua at County, Taiwan, with a total potential capacity of up to 2GW. Jointly developed by JERA, GIG and EnBW, it is the largest offshore wind project under development in Taiwan.

When fully operational, it’s estimated Formosa 3 will generate enough Renewable energy to power the equivalent of between 1.5 to 2 million households in Taiwan while displacing c. 2,670 kt CO₂e every year of its operational life, which is equivalent to 6864 units of Daan Forest Park. Formosa 3 was granted its Environmental Impact Assessment approvals in February 2018 and will apply for grid capacity in the Round 3 (Zonal Development ) of grid allocations.

Shareholders introduction

EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW AG) is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe. EnBW Group operates the entire value chain, from generation and trading, to renewable energies, grid operations and sales. EnBW is looking back at a history of over a century, a publicly owned company, with a workforce of over 22,000 employees.   In 2013, EnBW embarked on a radical reorganization, in response to the fundamental changes brought about by the German Energiewende. EnBW realigned the company under the motto: “Energy Transition. Safe. Hands on.” Against the background of the phasing out of nuclear power and increasing decarbonization, EnBW is expanding renewable energies - primarily wind and hydropower - to make them one of the main pillars of EnBW’s business. The first step in Offshore Wind was Baltic 1, in 2010, Germany’s first commercial sized Offshore Wind Farm. Before the end of 2019, EnBW team also brought online two large Offshore Wind Farms in Germany, Hohe See and Albatros, the largest Offshore Wind Farm projects to date in Germany with a combined capacity of 610 MW.   In addition to its core market of Germany, EnBW is actively seeking opportunities to selectively add projects in currently developing and emerging growth markets around the world with ambitious expansion targets. EnBW has developed business units not only in Germany, but also in Northern Europe, France, Turkey, USA and Asia-Pacific. In Asia-Pacific, EnBW has the office in Taipei as the regional headquarter (EnBW AP) in Asia Pacific and fulfills its duty as a shareholder of Formosa III project.   For more information, visit and   EnBW AG             EnBW Asia Pacific          

Project team members introduction