Wind Energy Expo Japan 2021
03 Mar 2021, Tokyo
Open to: Register Interest
The EIC is proud to be organising and managing the UK Pavilion at Wind Energy Expo & Conference Japan 2020, taking place on 3 - 5 March 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
WIND EXPO is Japan's largest Wind Energy Trade Show. The exhibition will feature all major sector equipment including turbine components, gearboxes, generators and hydraulics, power conversion equipment, project services and more. Companies will have the opportunity to meet and network with leading developers, turbine manufacturers, power generation companies and local authorities. The event is aimed at companies looking to develop new business opportunities, gain technical insights and consultations as well as building and strengthening early business relationships.
Expectations are high for the Japanese offshore wind market in 2020 with the anticipated auction of four new offshore wind development zones off the coasts of Akita, Chiba and Nagasaki Prefecture. The auction marks the first step in the path to up to 10GW of potential operational capacity by 2030 for offshore wind, with up to 4GW of floating foundation technology and 6GW conventional bottom-fixed projects. Industry stakeholders continue to push for a target commitment from the Japanese government for installed offshore wind capacity, particularly as part of the country’s renewable energy goal of 22-24% by 2030.
Over 12GW of offshore wind developments are currently in the pipeline in Japan, with up to 5.4GW at an environmental impact assessment (EIA) phase. The Akita and Noshiro Port offshore wind projects were the first to enter the construction phase in early 2020. The Japanese market is set to benefit from existing maritime experience and manufacturing capacity in the wider Asia-Pacific supply chain for project components. The UK supply chain can offer its expertise in project management and execution, marine coordination and installation activities, manufacturing, operations and maintenance and project development. With major international developers including Ørsted, Equinor, Northland Power, RWE Renewables as well as Engie and EDPR having confirmed their interest and future involvement in the Japanese market, it’s a long-term opportunity not to be missed.
The benefits of exhibiting through the UK Group are:
- Prime location for the UK Group at the show
- Innovative UK branded stand design to draw visitors to the Group
- Your own specially designed and furnished stand within the UK Group
- The use of private Group Lounge
- Promotion of the Group through various publications/press releases
- Entry for each exhibitor in the Guide to UK Group Brochure
- Networking Reception
- Dedicated project manager to assist prior to and onsite at the show
- Dedicated travel & freight agents
- Experience organisation
If you are interested in booking a stand at this exhibition please register your interest with Natalia.Bawolska@the-eic.com