Taipei, Taiwan
24-25 April 2019


About The Event


Over the next ten years, 15GW of new capacity annually is expected to be added to the global offshore market, driven mainly by Asia. Forecasters predict that Taiwan will become the second largest offshore market in Asia, installing 5.5GW offshore wind target by 2025 and about 1GW of new capacity each year going forward.

On top of the environmental and health benefits that come with moving to clean wind energy, Taiwan serves to benefit greatly from a booming offshore market to stimulate the local economy, creating green jobs, investment in local infrastructure, and becoming an export hub for the growing offshore industry.

It is clear that Taiwan has great potential to become a leader in offshore wind – but what can we do to make sure this potential becomes reality?

After a period of great political uncertainty and proposed changes to the Feed in Tariff which concerned many of the offshore wind industry’s top developers, the Taiwanese government has now announced a revision to proposed changes to the Feed in Tariff (FiT) for offshore wind, making investment in the market attractive again. Although there are still concerns, this means that the offshore industry is back in business in Taiwan!

There is huge interest in building up a crucial offshore market in Taiwan by leading industry developers and the government alike. On the 24-25 April, the Global Offshore Wind Summit – Taiwan will gather all these stakeholders under the same roof to discuss how to best ensure that this market reaches its full potential. Organised by the Global Wind Energy Council and the European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan – Low Carbon Initiative, this is the official event for the offshore wind industry as they look to develop a key market in Taiwan.

The Taiwanese government has certainly recognised the benefits of building an offshore wind market. High-level government stakeholders such as Minister Shen Jong-Chin Shen of the Ministry of Economic Affairs Taiwan, Director General Lin of the Bureau of Energy, Director General Leu of the Industrial Development Bureau and Mayors across Taiwan will all participate at this premier event.

From a High-Level CEO Forum to breakout sessions covering supply chain, grid integration, and standardisation – all of the industry leaders such as Orsted, MHI-Vestas, WPD, DNV GL, Macquairie, CIP, Siemens Gamesa and Northland will be discussing the invaluable lessons they learnt in other markets and how Taiwan could take advantage of the wind revolution to boost their local economy and build a clean energy system.

The desire is clearly there to build a booming offshore wind market in Taiwan, and the Global Offshore Wind Summit – Taiwan is the perfect opportunity that can make this happen.

Join us on the 24-25 April in Taipei to be part of the official industry event for offshore wind and be a leader in the Taiwan market!  

Event Programme

  • Day 1
  • Day 2

13:30 - 16:30

Closed-door Stakeholder Roundtable: Dialogue between wind industry and government officials (by invitation only)

  • Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA)
  • Local government representatives
  • Industry representatives
17:30 - 19:30

DNV GL Energy Side Event: Securing the reliability of your offshore wind assets

Location: Grand Hyatt Taipei

DNV GL’s 2018 Energy Transition Outlook predicts that by 2050, renewables will account for 80% of global electricity production, with utility-scale PV and offshore wind farms leading the way. 

Taiwan has one of the best offshore wind resources globally and has caught the attention of developers around the world. But despite the government’s ambitious target of 5.5GW of installed offshore wind capacity by 2025, recent uncertainty in the market has made it vital for regional stakeholders to regain confidence in new developments. 

With projects already announced and Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) in place, securing the reliability and smooth operations of offshore wind assets has become key to optimizing investments and ensuring relevance in local market conditions.

Key topics include: 

  • Operations planning (O2M) for offshore wind farms
  • WindGEMINI online digital twin for wind turbine condition and performance analytics
  • Cyber security
  • Project certification for offshore wind farms 

Please click here to register as spaces are limited.

8:00 - 8:30
8:30 - 9:00
Welcome Remarks
9:00 - 9:30
Government Address: Taiwan’s Wind Energy Roadmap
2026 – 2030
9:30 - 10:00
Keynote Speech: Where is the global offshore industry going and
what example is Taiwan setting for the world and for Asia?
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:00
High-Level CEO Forum
12:00 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Moving Taiwan’s Offshore Wind to the Next Level: Building the Local Supply Chain, Infrastructure, and Manpower (Presentations)
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee Break
15:30 - 17:30

Breakout Session 1: Localisation of the Offshore Supply Chain

Breakout Session 2: Grid Integration and Grid-Related Technologies including Digitalisation

Breakout Session 3: Offshore Wind Turbine Technology and the Optimisation of the Electricity Output

Breakout Session 4: Standardisation, Certification and Training Needs in Offshore Wind

18:00 - 20:30
Conference Dinner 

Our Speakers

Jong-Chin Shen

Minister, Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) Taiwan

Jang-Hwa Leu

Director General Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA

Chun-Li Lee

Acting Head of Bureau of Energy, MOEA

Cheng Wen-Tsan

Mayor, Taoyuan City Government

Tom Harries

Lead Offshore Wind Energy Researcher, Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Giuseppe Izzo

 Chairman, European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan

Lars Bondo Krogsgaard

Co-CEO, MHI-Vestas

Mark Dooley

Global Head of Green Investment Group & Co-Head of Macquarie Capital’s European Infrastructure & Energy

Mike Crawley

President & CEO, Northland

Niels Steenberg

Executive General Manager for Offshore in APAC, Siemens Gamesa

Yuni Wang

Chairperson, wpd Taiwan Energy Co.

Jesper Holst

CEO of Taiwan, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

Matthias Bausenwein

President Asia-Pacific, Ørsted

Dr. Hannah König

Head of EnBW Office Hamburg & Head of Offshore Wind Engineering, EnBW

Mark Hutchinson

Vice-President, head of APAC Power and Renewables Consulting, Wood Mackenzie

Peter Yuinhong Liu

Director of Systems Planning Department, Taiwan Power Company

Per Enggaard Haahr

Asia Pacific Regional Manager for Renewables Certification, DNV GL

Stephen Wilson

Strategic Business & Development Manager, Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd

Alex Zhu

Vice General Manager, TUV Rheinland

Gary Ang

Senior Consultant, DNV GL – Energy

Alfredo Parres

Global Senior Vice President, ABB

Kimberly Cram

Senior Vice President, Project Director of Formosa 2, Macquarie Capital

Chung Ying-Feng

 Chairman of Taiwan International Windpower Training Corporation (TIWTC)

John McCann

Regional Manager APAC, SMD

Hajo Piltz

Head of Project Certification, Ørsted

Gary Sun

National Sales Director, Taiwan, MHI Vestas

Dr. Yuan-Liang Hsu

Assistant General Manager, Wind Power Construction Department, China Steel Corporation

Nadine Weber

Senior Manager, Offshore Business Development Taiwan, LM Wind Power

Peter Gill

Procurement General Manager, Northland Power

Erdal Elver

President & CEO,Siemens Taiwan

Lucas Stéphane

Wind Business Developer, Schneider Electric

Angela Lock

Manager, Asia Pacific, Tekmar Group

Carl Rasmus Richardsen

Managing Director, Deutsche Windtechnik

Marcus Klose

Head of Section Steel Structures
Hamburg, Renewables Certification, DNV GL – Energy

Alastair Dutton

Chairman, Global Offshore Wind Task Force, Global Wind Energy Council

Ben Backwell

CEO, Global Wind Energy Council

Ticket Prices

Global Offshore Wind Summit - Taiwan (25 April 2019)

This ticket type provides access to the Global Offshore Wind Summit conference on 25 April. It includes conference material, all coffee breaks and lunch.


or USD$228

Dinner Banquet (25 April 2019)

This ticket gives you access to the Dinner Banquet for attendees of both the Global Offshore Wind Summit- Taiwan and Green Financing Taiwan.


or USD$114

Combined Ticket: Global Offshore Wind Summit - Taiwan and Dinner Banquet

This ticket type provides access to the Global Offshore Wind Summit conference and the dinner banquet on 25 April.


or USD$295


Attendees of the Global Offshore Wind Summt – Taiwan can take advantage of exclusive discounts at the following hotels in Taipei.

The Sherwood Hotel


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Grand Hyatt Taipei


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GWEC’s Global Offshore Wind Taskforce accelerates the development of offshore wind technology in non-European markets such as Asia and North America. Chaired by Alastair Dutton, the taskforce is made up of leading developers, investors and manufacturers in the sector, as well as technical experts and inter-governmental organisations.

For more information about the Task Force please contact Alastair Dutton.

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