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J Korean Soc Environ Eng > Volume 43(3); 2021 > Article
J Korean Soc Environ Eng 2021;43(3): 196-205. doi: https://doi.org/10.4491/KSEE.2021.43.3.196
한국형 재생에너지 3020 이행계획 달성을 위한 해상풍력발전의 현재와 전망
박민규 , 박성준 , 성병철 , 최연정 , 정석희
전남대학교 환경에너지공학과 광주캠퍼스
Current Status and Prospective of Offshore Wind Power to Achieve Korean Renewable Energy 3020 Plan
Minkyu Park , Seongjun Park , Byungcheol Seong , Yeonjeong Choi , Sokhee P. Jung
Department of Environment and Energy Engineering, Chonnam National University, Gwangju
Corresponding author  Sokhee P. Jung ,Tel: 062-530-1857, Fax: 062-530-1859, Email: sokheejung@chonnam.ac.kr
Received: December 8, 2020;  Revised: February 24, 2021;  Accepted: March 2, 2021.  Published online: March 31, 2021.
This review comprehensively reviewed floating offshore wind power generation technology, which is being newly developed as a mid- to long-term plan for wind energy. From the perspective of investment per megawatt (MW), offshore wind power is still about 50 percent more expensive than land wind power. Nevertheless, many advanced countries began to investigate the data because they wondered why they were immersed in development and investment, and why offshore wind facilities installed on the beach and floating offshore wind installed in the middle of the sea, unlike the land wind we knew. We looked at the basic principles of offshore wind power generation and the technologies used in facilities, and looked at the advantages and disadvantages of offshore wind power generation compared to land wind power generation, and what differences between fixed offshore wind farms and floating offshore wind farms. It is investigated whether it is a realistic plan to verify residents’ opposition to the installation of offshore wind power facilities, the possibility of commercialization such as high operational management costs, and the feasibility of installing facilities for renewable energy 3020 as mid- to long-term goals. In addition, it compares foreign cases with offshore wind power development complexes in Korea, marine wind power generation complexes in operation, and high wind power in Scotland, the first floating offshore wind power in Ulsan, Korea, to overcome difficulties in installing facilities and suggest directions for domestic offshore wind power development. In addition, in Korea, where there are not many countries suitable for wind power generation unlike overseas, it was decided to investigate whether floating offshore wind power could be the answer as planned. The reason why the government is pushing for investment in renewable energy such as solar power and wind power is because energy sources from the sun are eco-friendly. However, the U.S. and Europe, which started the wind power project early, are having difficulty in handling the wings of wind power generators. The energy source looked at the contradictions caused by environmental pollution in the treatment of waste, although it was environmentally friendly, and investigated how waste was treated and utilized overseas. Compared to other countries that entered the offshore wind power business earlier, domestic power generation projects are in their infancy and should focus on developing technology and co-prosperity with neighboring residents rather than on excessive expansion.
Key Words: Offshore Wind Power, Floating Type, Renewable Energy 3020 Plan, Hywind, Wind Power Waste
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