Webcast on Wind: Doing Business in China's Offshore Wind Market
About the Webcast
China installed its first offshore turbine on an abundant offshore oil & gas platform in Bohai Sea in 2007, and in 2017, the country passed the 1 GW annual installation milestone. Last year, China installed more than 1.6 GW offshore wind, making it the world’s largest offshore wind market in terms of new installations. According to GWEC Market Intelligence’s forecast, China is likely to surpass the UK as the world’s #1 market in cumulative installation in 2023, with about 20 GW of total offshore wind capacity to be built by that time.
Although at the of 2018, all the offshore wind turbines installed in Chinese water were 100% owned by domestic developers, a landmark deal signed by EDF and China Energy Investment Corporation this year has opened the door to international offshore wind developers, giving this market even more potential to grow.
In this webcast, we invited the guest speakers from the leading organisations in China’s wind industry to provide the latest updates with deep insights:
- What is the current situation of Chinese offshore wind market?
- What are the barriers that new entrants need to be aware of?
- What do foreign investors need to do and how to team up with a right local developer in China to succeed?
- Global offshore wind market stats and outlook – Feng Zhao, Strategy Director – GWEC
- The latest status of Chinese offshore wind market – Haiyan Qin, Secretary General – Chinese Wind Energy Association
- How to do business in Chinese offshore wind sector as an international player – Hubert Beaumont, CEO – Azure International
- Moderator: Karin Ohlenforst, Director of Market Intelligence – GWEC
- Q&A – All