2nd KOREA WIND ENERGY 2021

Connect Comprehensive and Strategic Thoughts throughout the Whole Industry Chain

23-24 NOVEMBER | SEOUL

  500+

ATTENDEES

50+

LEADING SPEAKERS

10+

EXHIBITORS

24hrs

NETWORKING

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Korea Wind Energy 2021

Why to attend?

  • Co-located with Connecting Green Hydrogen Korea 2021

  • New Partnership Opportunities with Governments, Asset Owners, Developers, Investors, Manufacturers and EPCs.

  • Wind Power Finance & Investment Guideline in South Korea

  • Offshore Wind Power Supply Chain Management Guideline in South Korea

Who will attend?

Meeting unites specialists, analysts, researchers and understudies from all regions of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Control Engineering, Mechanics and other related regions, Wind vitality affiliations, Turbine dealers, creating and arranging experts, Developers, Contractors, arranging and Design, Consultancy, Turbines and controllers makers.

HOST COUNTRY OVERVIEW

• the Framework Act on the Implementation of Carbon-Free Society 
• the Act on the Management of Climate Crisis
• the Act on the Support for the Conversion of Energy
• the Act on the Promotion of the Green Financing

Policy & Regulation

Finance & Investment

• KRW1.9trillion (US$1.69 billion) to support carbon neutrality strategy

Technologies Innovation

• R&D for smart grids, energy storage systems and smart heating
• Promotion of a hydrogen-based economy

Supply Chain

• The planned supply chain will be evaluated from the viewpoint of the stable electricity supply and the reduction in future electricity price. 

Offshore Wind

• Wind Capacity Target: 16 GW by 2030, including 12 GW of offshore wind

Please email

Joann@leader-associates.com to propose your insights into the 2021 program.

INSIGHT HUB

INSIGHTS WHITE PAPER

Wind Market in South Korea

Current Wind Energy Landscape
- Onshore & Offshore Wind, Profit Model, Prices of Electricity, REC Outlook and Policies
- The Government Plan for Wind Energy, RPS, REC, Planned location system

Top Solar & Wind Projects in South Korea

The springboard platfrom of policymakers, local and international IPPs, financiers, EPCs, and best service providers, includng the latest policy changes and the portfolio of renewable projects.

RE-TALK SOUTH KOREA WEBINARS

 Ways to Reduce Wind Project Construction Uncertainty in South Korea

- Construction Challenge
- Bankability and Construction contract
- Multiple construction / procurement contracts

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A Crucial Market of Unlimited Potential

- Background of wind market in South Korea
- Key opportunities of offshore wind market
- Key challenges of wind market in South Korea
- Recommended areas for development

2021 AGENDA

23 November 2021

DAY 1 - Onshore & Offshore

Morning Session

09:10 - 09:30 (20 mins)

[Keynote] Wind Energy Policy Direction towards Green New Deal

  • 2050 long-term low-carbon power generation strategy policy

  • Introduction of wind energy policy and domestic economy impact

  • Grid parity support of wind energy in renewable power generation  

09:30 - 10:10 (20 mins x 2)

[Keynote] City's Role in Advancing the Wind Energy Transformation

  • (09:30 - 09:50)[Sinan] 8.2 GW Offshore Wind Power Project - Home to New Manufacturing Complexes

  • (09:50 - 10:10)[Saemangeum] 300 MW Ffloating Wind Project - From Master Planning, Coordination to Investment Attraction and Promotion  

10:10 - 10:40 (30 mins)

Coffee Break & Exhibition Visit

10:40 - 11:30 (50 mins)

[Panel] South Korea Wind Market Trends and Prospects

  • Government-led siting and streamlined permitting

  • Encouraging stakeholder acceptance

  • Enhancing industrial competitiveness  

11:30 - 12:20 (50 mins)

[Panel] Optimizing Collaborative Mechanisms between Local and International Players

  • Introducing new renewable energy off-take mechanisms such as indirect PPAs

  • Leveraging large-scale projects to enhance industrial competitiveness

  • Sustain the growth based on the domestic market  

Afternoon Session

14:00 - 14:50 (50 mins)

[Panel] Accelerating Wind Energy Innovation in South Korea under RE3020 Target

  • Enhance responsibilities for local governments

  • Create a proactive engagement with and of industry and civil society

  • Roadmap and plan contents for realization of carbon neutrality with wind energy  

14:50 - 15:50 (60 mins)

[Technical Box] Pioneer Demonstrator

  • (09:30 - 09:50)Enabling Technologies: The Role of Storage in Wind Projects

  • (09:30 - 09:50)Data Sources and Collection Methods  

15:50 - 16:20 (30 mins)

Coffee Break & Exhibition Visit

16:20 - 17:10 (50 mins)

[Panel] Domestic Supply Chain Development Emissions and Strategies

17:10 - 18:00 (50 mins)

[Panel] Financing Large-scale Wind Energy Projects in South Korea

  • The Act on the Promotion of the Green Financing

  • Funding to decarbonise state-run facilities

  • Additional support for green hydrogen technologies  

24 November 2021

DAY 2 - Offshore Wind Focused Day

Morning Session

09:10 - 09:30 (20 mins)

[Keynote] Current Status and Tasks of Offshore Wind in South Korea

  • Offshore wind energy policy, regulatory frameworks, supports and supply chain

  • An overview of the offshore wind energy potentials and current projects

  • Emphasizes government's policy development to achieve the deployment target  

09:30 - 09:50 (20 mins)

[Keynote] Corporate Strategy in the Era of Carbon Neutrality with Sustainable Energy

  • Strategies of the advanced company towards 100% renewable energy

  • Suggestions for domestic companies

  • Actions case study  

09:50 - 10:20 (30 mins)

Coffee Break & Exhibition Visit

10:20 - 11:10 (50 mins)

[Panel] Effective Ways to Reduce South Korean Offshore LCOE

  • Offshore cost estimates are still very high as they are extrapolated from demonstration units

  • Expectations are that offshore LCOE in South Korea will drop by 40% by 2025 and 55% by end of 2035 with cost reductions gained from experience and economies of scale  

11:10 - 12:00 (50 mins)

[Panel] Undertake Typical Risks in South Korean Offshore Wind Projects

  • Enhance the size, length, cost, reliability, and efficiency of wind turbines

  • Transmission issues between offshore wind farms and destinations

  • Lightning activity—strikes by lightning and damage to the electronic components  

Morning Session

14:00 - 15:30 (30 mins x 3)

[Project Roadshow] Process Updates and Achievements

  • (14:00 - 14:30)1.6GW Offshore Wind Projects in Incheon City

  • (14:30 - 15:00)The Latest Updates on 800MW Ulsan Floating Offshore Wind Project

  • (15:00 - 15:30)Call for Paper  

15:30 - 16:20 (50 mins)

[Panel] Creating Investor Confidence in the Offshore Wind Energy Sector

  • Innovative mechanisms to de-risk investment

  • Environmentally friendly energy tax programmes

  • Government's plans to build the world'l largest offshore wind farm primarily financed by private capital  

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At KWE 2021, our commitment to delivering exceptional live in-person events that support economic growth and recovery, will be reinforced by a four point framework designed to protect our colleagues, exhibitors,  delegates and visitors. Leader Associates Care provides a detailed set of enhanced health and safety measures that are practical, effective and widely considered to be best practice for the events industry.

 

FEATURED PREVIOUS SPEAKERS

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Jacques-Etienne Michel

Country Manager

Equinor

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Guzman Figar De Lacalle

Head of Business Development Asia Pacific

Ocean Winds

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David Taeseung Yoo

CEO, Korea

Copenhagen Offshore Partners

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Ryan Shin

Head of Power Team, Asia Pacific

Korea Development Bank

 FEATURED PREVIOUS SPEAKERS

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Eung Suk Lee

General Manager(Legal Counsel) Investment, Korea

Vena Energy

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Morten Dyrholm

Chairman

Global Wind Energy Council

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William Garillard

Sales VP for Asia

Vestas

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Vince Heo

Associate Director

IHS Markit

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Brad Kim

Managing Director

Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners 

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Adolfo Dindo Abueg

Co-Head of Project Finance, Asia Pacific

Korea Development Bank

2021 SPONSORS & PARTNERS 

Best Sponsorship Options for You 

​Korea Wind Energy is a high-level strategic conference which will involve 500+ decision markers from around the world.

With numerous branding and marketing opportunities across ​Korea  Wind Energy 2021, no matter your business objectives or budget, we will be able to customise your sponsorship package to meet your requirements.

Benefits From

  • Showcase your leadership in the industry with very limited speaking slots available

  • Put your company in the spotlight through 1-1 meeting, lunch, coffee or networking party sponsorship 

  • Get your company into the supply chain by adding a turnkey exhibition booth

  • On and offline international marketing campaigns targeting 100,000+ global renewable energy professionals 

  • Customized branding and networking oriented packages

Sponsorship Enquiry

Joann Cheung

+86 131 2053 0227

Joann@leader-associates.com

Sponsorship Enquiry

Sophie Xiao

+86 21 3468 7283

sophie@leader-associates.com

2021 SPONSORS

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(before  Jun.30, 2021)

USD 1, 050.00

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  • Full Access Pass: Two-day Conference, Exhibition & Trade Mission Pass

  • Access to all networking breaks and exhibition

  • Access to slides used in presentations and discussions

  • Meals and drinks as well as WiFi access

  • Access to all entertainment networking party 

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USD 945.00 / delegate

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  • Full Access Pass: Two-day Conference, Exhibition & Trade Mission Pass

  • Access to all networking breaks and exhibition

  • Access to slides used in presentations and discussions

  • Meals and drinks as well as WiFi access

  • Access to all entertainment networking party 

  • Access to Matchmaking Service (powered by Jublia) and unlock unlimited face to face meeting opportunities

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Benefits included:

  • Full Access Pass: Two-day Conference, Exhibition & Trade Mission Pass

  • Access to all networking breaks and exhibition

  • Access to slides used in presentations and discussions

  • Meals and drinks as well as WiFi access

  • Access to all entertainment networking party 

  • Access to Matchmaking Service (powered by Jublia) and unlock unlimited face to face meeting opportunities