Offshore Wind Power Majors to Attend CMT's OWP Japan in Tokyo this May

CMT's OWP Japan (Offshore Wind Power) summit in Tokyo on 15-17 May 2019, zooms in on Japan's emerging offshore wind power market - bidding and government targets, cost reduction strategies, latest advancement in floating wind technologies and more.
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TOKYO, Japan - April 2, 2019 - PRLog -- Japan is looking into offshore wind power to decarbonize its economy by 2050. CMT's OWP Japan will track upcoming offshore wind power projects via presentations by Orsted - 'Unlocking Japan's Offshore Wind Potential', Renova on its 'Commitment to Renewable Energy & IPP Prospects' and Nagasaki Prefectural Government presenting 'Nagasaki's Efforts to Establish a Marine Based Renewable Energy Industry'.

A detailed overview of APAC's offshore wind market - new additions in grid-connected capacity in the next decade, planned offshore projects, wind prices - will be addressed by Wood Mackenzie.

Taiwan's experience and success stories in developing offshore wind power projects will be explored in a session by Eiger Law, while Northland Power will share insights on 'Creating the Supply Chain - Needs & Opportunities in the North Asian Market'. In addition, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners will present their perspective on 'Constructing a Successful Offshore Wind Partnership & Supply Chain in Japan', while Baker & McKenzie will moderate a Panel Discussion on 'Prospects of Asian Offshore Wind Industry'.

Japan's fast emerging OWP market can draw lessons on cost reduction from experiences in the UK and Europe as UK-based Carbon Trust delivers a talk on 'Cost-Reduction in Europe (Successful Case Study) & Relevance for the Japanese market'. In addition, Wood Mackenzie shares their perspective on 'Global Offshore Wind Industry Technology & Cost Reduction'.

The legal and financial aspects of OWP projects are covered in sessions on:

• Japanese Offshore Wind Law & FIT Scheme - Baker & McKenzie
• Financing Offshore Wind Power in Japan - Perspective of Japanese Financial Institutions - Development Bank of Japan
• Financing Offshore Wind in Japan: Similarities & Differences - Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking

Organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT), the program also features 'Status & Perspectives in Japan's Floating Offshore Wind' by Equinor ASA and 'Floating Offshore Wind, Lessons Learnt from a French Pilot Farm Development & Road to Commercialization' by EOLFI. The summit's exhibitors are Fugro, EKO and EOLFI.

View event website https://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=190507&pu=279643 or contact Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for more details.

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