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IOVTEC is one of the members of IOG and also one of the pioneers of offshore wind farm market in Taiwan. We are committed to cultivating local wind power talents and provide a range of integrated services.

Since the Established in 2013, IOVTEC delivered a wide range of survey services. With the expansion of our business scope, we started to step in offshore wind industry and devote actively to developing green energy. Through various cross-disciplinary cooperation, our services cover geophysical and geotechnical survey, vessel charter and talents cultivation. We are committed to taking real action to realize the vision of industrial localization.

CWind Taiwan is one of the leading players at construction and maintenance phase of wind farm and brings a wealth of knowledge to the offshore wind industry in Taiwan.

CWind Taiwan, a joint venture between CWind UK and IOVTEC, established in 2018. From CWind UK, CWind Taiwan has inherited experience working at over 50 European offshore wind farms and operates to the highest European standards of Health and Safety. As the main contractor of construction and maintenance, CWind Taiwan delivers a full turnkey solution, with a range of integrated services and packages across the lifecycle of an offshore wind farm and access to expert technicians and high performing vessels.

Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation Ltd introduces common international standards for safety training from Global Wind Organization (GWO) to provide related  offshore wind power training courses.

TIWTC is a joint venture, which is formed by Taiwan International Ports Corp., China Steel Company, China Shipbuilding Company, Taipower Company, Cwind Taiwan and Swancor Renewable. As the first GWO training provider in Taiwan, TIWTC provides Basic Technical Training (BTT), Basic Safety Training (BST). To cultivate local wind power talents and localize wind power technology. Open the door to the offshore wind power market in Taiwan.

Fugro IOVTEC is one of the pioneering companies providing technical studies, surveys and investigations to establish the marine site characteristics for offshore wind farms in Taiwan. We bring a wealth of experience, innovation and technology to the industry to support site development, installation and construction for Land and Marine operations.

In 2016, Fugro conducted its first metocean study, geophysical and geotechnical survey in Taiwan for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study by an international client.   Fugro continued working alongside IOVTEC under an MOU since 2017 for numerous offshore wind energy clients. To support Taiwan’s green energy revolution and strengthen our local presence, Fugro IOVTEC Co., Ltd. was established in 2020.

Fugro IOVTEC brings Global experience from numerous global offshore wind projects, as well as significant local experience to enhance understanding of the marine geological and geotechnical risks. We facilitate the decision-making process, from initial concepts to detailed design, and our purpose-built equipment and innovative technology improves safety and cost efficiency.

Swire IOG Renewables

With highly adaptable and well-maintained offshore support vessels, Swire IOG Renewables provides various operational services at survey, construction, and operation phases of wind farm

Swire IOG Renewables, a joint venture formed by Swire Blue Ocean and IOVTEC in 2020. Swire group is one of the global leaders in providing a wide range of offshore support vessel. Through offshore wind industry knowledge from IOVTEC, and marine engineering experience for many years from Swire Group, Swire IOG Renewables provides local and reliable services to build a sustainable and livable world.

IOG Shipyard is one of the members of IOG and is planned in Jiang Jun Fish Harbor, in Tainan, as a maintenance base for our own fleet, including survey vessels, offshore working vessels and crew transport vessels (CTV).

IOG Shipyard is established in 2018. Besides vessel maintenance, we will set up our own plant to build crew transport vessels and offshore working vessels within a length of 40 meters. In order to support the localization policy of shipbuilding in the third phase. IOG Shipyard expects to complete the prototype of refitting center in 2024 or so.