About the Global Markets Theatre
The move to renewable energy is gathering momentum across the globe – not just in Europe – and in recent years wind energy has led that charge. RWE, in cooperation with GWEC, is hosting the Global Markets Theatre in Hall 3. You will be able to hear market experts talk about new and emerging markets for wind, and network with potential future markets.
Sessions in the theatre will focus on key global markets, looking at the US and other key countries in the Americas, China and the Asia-Pacific region, a look at the situation in Africa and, of course, a session on the state of the market in Europe. There will also be a look at some central challenges for the industry, as well as a lookahead to COP27.
Korea’s Wind Power Industry, Projects & Business Opportunities by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency
Invest KOREA, Korea’s national investment promotion agency, part of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, brings to the table am overview of the Korea’s Investment Environment and the current status of Korean economy and business environment. The session will also discuss the current status of wind power in Korea, key plans, policies, project plans of major offshore wind farms in Korea and KOTRA/Invest Korea’s role in promoting investment in wind power and the Developer’s Perspective on these topics.
Miss. Min Jung Kim, Energy Project Manager, Invest Korea Headquarter
Mr. Guzmán Figar, Director of Business Development Korea and Project Director of Korea Floating Wind, Ocean Winds
Session Chair: Mr. Seon Woo Nam, Deputy Director, KOTRA Madrid
Assisting during the presentation:
Mr. Kilbeom Lee, Vice-President, KOTRA Europe
Mr. Samsik Lee, General Director, KOTRA Amsterdam
Mr. Dooyung Hong, General Director, KOTRA Copenhagen
Ms. Young-Ju Ahn, General Director, KOTRA Madrid
Mr. Jeronimo Gracian, Deputy Director, KOTRA Madrid