South Korean Wind Energy Sector Has Huge Potential, Reports Kuick Research

04 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster

South Korean wind energy has a lot of potential, given its topography and geographic allocation. The country has been blessed with a long coastline which offers optimum offshore wind potential. According to the report “South Korea Wind Power Sector Analysis 2013” by Kuick Research, there is a lot of onshore wind potential precisely because of the same coastline and the coastal winds but the onshore potential is limited because of the inadequate land area. The wind energy development is increasingly moving from small to larger wind turbines and from onshore to offshore wind farms.

Report Details:

South Korea Wind Power Sector Analysis 2013
Published: March, 2013
Pages: 85
Price: US$ 700.00

The development of offshore wind projects is also attractive for the government as it will be able to save a lot of land that it is using for wind farms. In the midst of the industrial expansion and population increase, it will be wiser for the government to focus its energy towards offshore wind farm development. The offshore option is a little more expensive than the onshore option but then it also gives better efficiency and has greater potential for wind energy.

More information can be found in the report “South Korea Wind Power Sector Analysis 2013” by Kuick Research.

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