Generating sustainable energy for South Korea: Anma Offshore Wind

The 532MW Anma Offshore Wind Project, situated in Yeonggwang-gun, Jeollanam-do, is expected to be one of South Korea’s first utility-scale offshore wind farms.

Generating over 1,400GWh of clean electricity every year, Anma Offshore Wind is expected to provide power to more than 1.4 million South Koreans annually – which is equal to planting and growing over 96 million trees for 10 years to eliminate an equivalent amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) compared to a coal-fired power plant. The wind farm will contribute meaningfully to South Korea’s ambitious sustainability goals, and to the international community’s target of carbon neutrality by 2050.


Producing 1,400GWh+ of electricity every year


Supplying electricity to over 1.4 million South Koreans annually


Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 5.8+ million tons each year

(compared to coal-fired power plants)


Equal to 96+ million trees planted and grown for 10 years

(compared to coal-fired power plants)

Operating in partnership with our local community

We have met with residents to acknowledge the views of our community and will continue to communicate openly with them throughout the project’s lifecycle. We are working to preserve the environment, support local fisheries, contribute to the economy, and provide employment opportunities to local residents. Future benefits will be shared with the local community.

Building a growing, dynamic team

The Anma Offshore Wind team unites renewable energy experts from South Korea and from across the world. We pride ourselves on our supportive culture, sustainability credentials, and healthy work-life balance. With us, you’ll build transferable skills and grow your career while contributing to an ambitious and exciting project.