Offshore Wind Energy Business Delegation to Korea

Delegation tour by DI - Dansk Industri, Danish Wind Export & Embassy of Denmark in Korea

By 2030, Korea wants to produce 12 GW of offshore energy. Danish developers are well-positioned on the market and seeking to take the lead in the industry. The new Korean administration is likewise eager to get projects forward quickly, both for bottom fixed installation and for floating. There are cooperation potential throughout a wide spectrum of the supply chain, including turbine components, blades, operational services, project development, offshore logistics, training, etc., thanks to Korea’s strengths in steel fabrication, cables, and ship building.

Offshore Wind Korea – Seoul, Korea

By participating in the delegation tour, Shoreline Wind’s CCO Michael Bjerrum 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 Korea. We expect to establish a good relationship with Korean EPC companies, vendors producing turbine parts, OEM and O&M companies during his visit.

Tour details:
: Offshore Wind Energy Business Delegation to Korea
: Tuesday, 29th of November to Thursday, 1st of December

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