Mainstream Renewable Power, Ocean Winds and Kumyang Co.
80 kms offshore from Ulsan
175 - 275 meters
Korea Floating Wind (“KFW”) was established by two offshore wind energy companies, Ocean Winds and Mainstream Renewable Power, along with the Korean electricity specialist Kumyang Electric Co. Together the partnership has a unique mix of capabilities and experience to deliver successful projects.
Two floating projects are being completed by KFW; the 870 MW KFW project, and the 450 MW East Blue Power (“EBP”) project.
KFW is a participant in the world’s largest group of floating wind farms, the Ulsan Floating Windfarm, which will have a total capacity of 6 GW. KFW projects will cover an area of over 240 km2 which can accommodate approximately 1.2 GW (net capacity).
1.2 GW Gross
The site is located about 80 km from the coast in Ulsan at a water depth of between 175 to 275 meters and is ideal to utilise the most advanced floating wind technology.
The partners are committed to using Principle Power’s semi-submersible floating design and proven technology, the WindFloat prototype, built in Portugal in 2011.
By the numbers
floating wind turbines
electricity generated each year
local homes powered each year
avoided each year
Related videosAll videos
View all News
Mainstream Renewable Power and Ocean Winds partner on second ScotWind floating offshore wind site
17 Aug 2023 • United Kingdom
Mainstream Renewable Power JV applies for offshore wind farm permit in the southern Baltic Sea
22 Jun 2023 • Offshore
Sign up to our newsletter for the latest news and updates straight to your inboxSubscribe to our newsletter