Offshore Wind

An image of a windmill farm situated in the ocean. Two ships are sailing between the windmills. The offshore windmill park is called: the Changfang and Xidao Offshore Wind Project.

Changfang and Xidao

The Changfang and Xidao Offshore Wind Project (CFXD) is a 589MW capacity project located off the western coast of Changhua, Taiwan. CFXD reached financial close in February 2020 and is currently under construction with an expected commercial operation date in 2024. Once completed, CFXD will generate enough renewable energy to power approximately 650,000 Taiwanese households. The Project is owned by two energy infrastructure funds managed by CIP, as well as two Taiwanese life insurance companies, Taiwan Life and TransGlobe Life, with CIP contracting COP to lead construction work for the windfarm.
An image of two workers at the root of a windmill located in the the Veja Mate project

Veja Mate

The Veja Mate project is located in the German part of the North Sea, approximately 95 km from the coast. With 67 Siemens turbines of each 6.0MW, Veja Mate has a total capacity of 402MW making it one of the larger projects in the North Sea. Final Investment Decision was made in June 2015 and the offshore wind farm has been fully operational since 2017.
An image of Vineyard Wind 1. The image displays multiple windmills situated in the ocean.


Vineyard Wind 1 is located 15 miles off the southern coast of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in the United States. Construction on the 800 MW offshore wind project started in late 2021, having reached financial close in August 2021 as the first commercial-scale wind farm in the U.S. It has an expected commercial operation date in Q2 2024.