In a momentous collaboration, Spanish state-owned Navantia Seanergies and SeAH have joined forces to propel the development of offshore wind projects across Asia. Their partnership centers around the manufacturing of complete floats, components, or materials in Korea or other countries where SeAH operates, such as the United States and Australia.The signed agreement not only solidifies the future collaboration in supplying materials for the offshore wind sector but also provides Navantia with essential guarantees to fulfill upcoming project commitments, particularly in the face of potential market saturation.Mr. Javier Herrador, Vice President of Navantia Seanergies, emphasizes the strategic significance of this alliance, promoting internationalization as a global supplier and ensuring the provision of materials under preferential conditions for future projects. With this support from SeAH, Navantia is poised to meet its capacity reserve commitments and undertake other ambitious ventures.SeAH, in association with Taiichio and Wolf Projects, already serves as a key supplier of materials for various offshore wind projects, including the prestigious East Anglia One, Saint-Brieuc, Le Tréport, Puerto Real, Noirmoutier, and Dogger Bank C ventures. Their involvement has been pivotal in propelling the progress of these wind energy endeavors.Korea's growing interest in offshore wind is evident in its ambitious goal of achieving 12 GW of offshore wind power by 2030. The former president, Moon Jae-in, unveiled a substantial investment of KRW 1.4 trillion (approximately €1 billion) for the first phase of a groundbreaking 6 GW floating wind farm project offshore Ulsan.Ulsan Bay, in the southeast region of Korea, stands to become a significant offshore wind hub, with plans for a staggering 9 GW of floating wind capacity. This ambitious venture would make the area the world's most concentrated cluster of floating units.