Offshore Wind Energy Business Delegation to Korea

Korea is aiming at producing 12GW offshore energy by 2030. Danish developers are strongly positioned and are looking into playing a dominant role in the market. At the same time, the new Korean government is keen on rolling out projects at fast speed both for bottom fixed installation and for floating. Korea has strengths in steel fabrication, cables and ship building meaning that opportunities for partnerships exist within a long range of the supply chain such as turbine components, blades, operational services, project development, offshore logistics, training etc. The Confederation of Danish Industry , DWEA and TC therefore invite you to realize the momentum at the Korea off shore wind market, and to meet with strongly positioned Danish developers on site for further cooperation and sub-supply deliveries.

This visit will give you comprehensive insight and exposure to the Korean offshore wind market, individual B2B meetings and a high-level seminar.

By participating in this delegation, you will gain knowledge on the current status of offshore wind energy projects and policies in Korea and meet representatives from the strong local supply chain (in steel, shipbuilding and cables) in Korea. Furthermore, the Danish Embassy will, in collaboration with Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) – a state-funded trade and investment promotion organization – arrange B2B meetings with Korean EPC companies, vendors producing turbine parts, OEM and O&M-companies.

Why join?

  • Realize the momentum at the Korean market and policies on offshore wind.
  • Position your brand as a leader in the future development of offshore wind in Korea.
  • Get introduced to Korean counterparts and build partnerships with local stakeholders.

Who should join?

Danish Turbine OEM, O&M and engineering companies within fields as turbine blades, turbine-related operation, maintenance and service activities, including supply of spares and technical expertise, and technical, management, professional R&D services and safety. Software and IT services.

    • Einar H. Jensen, Ambassador of Denmark to Korea: How to get into the Korean market

    • CIP intro to offshore wind business in Korea and local supply chain

      Presentation and match-making

    • Lunch

    • Ørsted intro to offshore wind business in Korea and local supply chain

      Presentation and match-making

    • Intro to Korean EPC / developers and their contracting strategy

      Hyundai E&C (TBC) SK Ecoplant (TBC) Hanwha E&C (TBC)

    • Networking Dinner

    • Welcome presentations / Intro to Korea offshore wind market

      Einar H. Jensen, Ambassador of Denmark to Korea Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) KOTRA Korean Energy Agency (KEA) Danish Energy Agency (DEA) DI & OWEA

    • Lunch & networking

      Korean barbecue with Korean companies

    • Podium Platform with Danish and Korean individual presentations

      Danish and Korean companies to pitch their solutions on main-stage

    • Match-making in groups

      Danish and Korean companies to be matched by supply-chain capabilities in separate rooms.

    • Potential dinner with Korean companies

    • Transportation // pick-up at hotel

    • Seminar at CS Wind

      Presentation by CS Wind on projects in Korea and Globally Presentation by Vestas on how to do business in Korea

    • Match-making Lunch

      Companies will be provided to match-make over lunch

    • UMPEA-matchmaking session

      UMPEA (Ulsan Marine Plant Equipment Association) is the largest SME-cluster in Busan/Ulsan focusing on offshore wind. President of UMPEA will provide an overview of the organisation and match-making will be done via pre-indicated interest from the companies.

    • End of delegation. Evaluation and transportation to hoteltel