About the Webinar
Vietnam is a nascent offshore wind market, with world-class wind resource and strong fundamentals which can make it an offshore wind leader in South East Asia. Under the current development pipeline, the first true large-scale offshore wind projects are not likely to be connected to the grid until 2026 or later, and they lack a clear regulatory framework to support their development. The infancy of the offshore wind sector in Vietnam means that policy is still being formulated. It is incredibly important to ensure that future policy is designed for steady and sustainable growth, providing sufficient time for the offshore wind industry to take off and mature.
Join us for the virtual launch of Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Renewables Consulting Group (RCG)’s latest report “Vietnam’s Future Transition to Offshore Wind Auctions: International Best Practices and Lessons Learned”, which examines six active offshore wind geographies that have undertaken transitions to offshore wind auctions: the UK, Germany, Denmark, France, Taiwan, and the Netherlands, and looks at best practices and lessons learned from their transitions to auctions that can be applied to Vietnam’s future offshore wind sector.
Join renewable energy experts from GWEC, RCG, Vietnam’s Institute of Energy and leading developers CIP and Ørsted to find out more about Vietnam’s future transition to offshore wind auctions.
- Liming Qiao, Head of GWEC Asia
- Joyce Lee, Head of Policy and Projects, GWEC
Presentation: “Vietnam’s Future Transition to Offshore Wind Auctions – International Best Practices and Lessons Learned”
- Michael Stephenson, Associate Director, Renewables Consulting Group (RCG)
- Dr. Nguyen AnhTuan, Director, Renewable Energy Center, Institute of Energy
- Michael Stephenson, Associate Director, RCG
- Maya Malik, CEO La Gan Wind & Senior Director at Copenhagen Offshore Partners
- Andrew Ho, Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs for Asia Pacific, Orsted
- Liming Qiao, Head of Asia, GWEC
- Moderator: Joyce Lee, Head of Policy and Projects, GWEC