Taiwan is a fast growing and most available offshore wind market in Asia. According to European Economic and Trade Office(EETO), European companies invest €1.7 billion in Taiwan’s offshore wind market in 2020.
Taiwan Port Affairs and Port Service(TIPC), a state-owned enterprise and a leader in Taiwan’s tugboat industry, is actively developing Taichung Port to the major offshore wind port with facilities to meet Taiwan’s offshore wind farm construction, operation, maintenance, and transportation needs. Lately, TIPC has also procured O&M vessels, design and construction of floating wharf, port logistics management systems, offshore wind operator training and certification services from international vendors. TIPC is centrally placed in the development of the Taiwanese offshore wind industry and is an interesting discussion partner if you want to reach the O&M and port segments of the emerging Taiwanese offshore wind industry.
Speaker: Irene Tang, Senior Director of New Business Department in TIPC.
Presentation topic: TIPC’s Port Planning and Terminal Operations for Offshore Wind Power.
- TIPC’s roles in Taiwan offshore wind development
- Port digital functions, technology system and integration solutions which TIPC needs to establish for the offshore wind projects in Taiwan.
Meeting with few Norwegian companies who wish to speak directly with TIPC: 15~20mins(3~4 companies sign up and provide UVP by 22th April)
The webinar is free for partners. The price for non-partners is 2000,- NOK + VAT.
How to join the webinar
Register as described above. The meeting will be made available for pre-registered attendants only and you will receive a link prior to the webinar.
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