This study is focused on the wave energy converter of an oscillating water column (OWC) system that is integrated with a jacket type infrastructure applied for an offshore wind turbine system. In this way, electricity generation by both wind power and wave power can be conducted simultaneously to maximize the utilization of sustainable energy. A numerical analysis was performed in this research to model and simulate the airflow response and evaluate the converting efficiency of wave energy from an OWC system integrated with an offshore template structural system. The performance of the system including the generating airflow velocity, air-pressure in the chamber, generating power and then the converting efficiency of power from waves are all analyzed and discussed in terms of the variations of the OWC system’s geometrical parameters. The parameters under consideration include the exhale orifice-area of airflow, gate-openings of inflow water and the submerged chamber depth. It is found that from the analytical results the performance of the OWC wave energy converter is influenced by the dimensional parameters along with the design conditions of the local environment. After a careful design based on the in-situ conditions including water depth and wave parameters, an open OWC system can be successfully applied to the template structure of offshore wind power infrastructure as a secondary generating system for the multi-purpose utilization of the structure.