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KOEN broke ground of Eoeum wind power produce electricity for 16,000 households per year

According to Newsis,

Korea South-East Power (KOEN) announced on May 11 that it had embarked on construction of the Jeju Eoeum wind power generation project, which is being purused as its own wind power generation project.

KOEN announced that it held a groundbreaking ceremony for the 'Jeju Eum wind power generation project' at the construction site of the Eoeum wind power plant in Aewol-eup, Jeju-do, in the presence of local residents, officials from Jeju provincial office, electric power companies, and KOEN

This project is for a 21MW-class capacity facility, installing five wind power turbines of 4.2 MW with a total project cost of approximately KRW 68.8 billion on a site of 110,000 pyeong (360,000 square meters) of a common ranch in Eoeum 2-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si.

When it starts commercial operation after construction completion in May 2023, it is expected to produce 58,012 MWh of eco-friendly energy per year, which is electricity amount enough for about 16,000 households.

Kim Hoe-cheon, president of KOEN, said, "We will actively contribute to the realization of a carbon-free island Jeju by successfully promoting the projects currently underway in Jeju, such as the Jeju Eoeum wind power plant, the 2nd Tamna offshore wind farm under development, the Tamna offshore wind farm in operation, and the hydrogen production project."

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Source: Newsis (May 11, 2022)

** This article was translated from Korean.