Project overview

The La Gan offshore wind farm is located off the coast of Binh Thuan, Vietnam. With an expected capacity of 3.5 GW, the wind farm is estimated to power more than 7 million households. La Gan aims to be one of the first large-scale offshore wind farms in Vietnam.

The project has a total estimated investment value of US$10.5 billion and will implement the highest international standards, using the most advanced wind-power technology.

Project benefits

The 3.5GW La Gan offshore wind farm will supply clean energy to a significant number of Vietnamese households and support the local economy. Over the project lifetime:

  • Over 7 million households will be powered
  • 130 million tonnes of CO2 emissions will be avoided
  • Over 4 billion US dollars will be contributed to the Vietnamese economy
  • Over 45,000 full time equivalent (FTE) jobs will be created, where 1 FTE is 1 job for 1 year

The development, construction and operation of the La Gan offshore wind farm will attract international investment, create opportunities for local companies and generate thousands of jobs in Vietnam.

Environment & community

The La Gan offshore wind farm will engage with local communities and develop the project responsibly.

We will conduct our environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) to international standards, using reputable international and local contractors.

The black-naped tern, an important seabird species in Vietnam

About us


The La Gan Offshore Wind Farm is a project developed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and local partners. The development is led by CIP’s exclusive project manager and sister company – Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP).

Project journey

Follow Vietnam's offshore wind journey! A point-by-point timeline of how the La Gan offshore wind farm is taking shape.