In November 2008, Taegisan Wind Farm was completed in Gangwon Province by the joint initiative of Japanese Eurus Energy Group and POSCO construction. Taegisan Wind Farm has 20 wind turbines, each rated at 2MW, with their mounting towers implanted on the ridge of Mount Taegi 1,260 meters above sea level, and is one of the largest wind farms in Korea.
The article is mostly a PR piece about Japan's efforts in reducing pollution, but it's still interesting.
From Eurus Energy:
Taegisan Wind Farm (total output: 40MW) was completed in Gangwon Province, South Korea by the joint effort of Eurus Energy Group and POSCO, a leading engineering and construction corporation and was inaugurated at site on November 26.The inaugural ceremony was attended by some 250 people concerned, including Mr. Kim Jinsun, Governor of Gangwon Province, and Mr. Toshinori Shigeie, Ambassador of Japan to South Korea, who were greeted by a forest of white wind turbine masts towering high in the clear sky.Gangwon Province is one of the most favorite sightseeing areas in the northeastern part of South Korea, and is highly cherished for the grandeur and pristine beauty of its natural environment. It is expected to be the arena for the Winter Olympics in the future. Taegisan Wind Farm has 20 wind turbines, each rated at 2MW, with their mounting towers implanted on the ridge of Mount Taegi 1,260m above sea level, and is one of the largest wind farms in South Korea. It is capable of supplying about 25,000 households while cutting down on CO2 emissions by some 60,000 tons a year, and also is expected to become a new destination in the area to attract tourists.