BayWa r.e.’s Wind Projects Team to Develop Larger Wind Farms in APAC


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BayWa r.e.’s Wind Projects team has set ambitious plans for 2023, aiming to develop larger portfolio wind farms across Asia Pacific (APAC). The team is currently developing multi gigawatt wind projects across seven countries in the region, with new projects and partnership opportunities constantly being added to their pipeline. The team services the entire lifecycle of wind farm development, from greenfield prospecting to constructing and operating wind farms. In Australia, the team is developing large-scale wind projects with an installed capacity of up to 1 GW each and eight separate projects totaling 3 GW. In South Korea, the team is developing wind farms of several hundred MW, and in Vietnam, they are developing wind farms of over 300 MW, including a large portfolio of mountain wind farms. The team is also developing wind projects in Thailand and the Philippines.

The wind energy projects have the potential to generate over 15 TWh annually, enough to power more than two million households in the region. To expand its wind energy portfolio, BayWa r.e. APAC is actively seeking partnerships with other companies developing wind projects to jointly co-develop those projects. The company also carries out extensive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects to benefit the communities where they work, such as building community infrastructure, sponsoring community initiatives, or involving the communities in the project investment.

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BayWa r.e. APAC recognizes the importance of regulatory support and corporate partnerships in advancing wind energy in the region. The company seeks to become a name synonymous with excellence in renewable energy, driving the adoption of wind energy in the region, and growing the overall wind energy industry and its business.

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