Japan Wind Energy 2021

Conference / Summit (onsite)
Energy Production Solar & Renewables

Address: Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel, 3-4 Shin Yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama Kanagawa, Japan
Date: 12 to 13 Oct '21
Time: 9:00am to 6:00pm (GMT+09:00) Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Price: Over 1000 USD$
Special Offer: 10% discount

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Accelerate Onshore & Offshore Wind Power Development

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

Japan Wind Energy 2021 is the premium wind power business platform in Japan that accelerates the region's immense onshore & offshore wind power development. Our mission is to bring together international and local players to empower an entire wind energy chain for the industry.
 
Meet 500+ Government officials, Utilities, home and abroad Developers, Investors, unites experts 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, Consultancy, Turbines and Controllers makers.

WHY ATTEND?

With attention from around the globe focused on the Wind Energy ground in Japan, this would be an ideal chance to arrive at the big get together of members from both Japan local and the worldwide vitality division, meet with present and potential partners, make a sprinkle with another product offering, and get name acknowledgment at this 2-day event, along with widely acclaimed speakers, the latest procedures, strategies, and the most up to date refreshes in Japan Wind Energy vitality fields.

KEY STATS

500+
ATTENDEES  |   60+ WORLD-CLASS SPEAKERS

20+ EXHIBITORS  |  24 HOURS OF STRUCTURED NETWORKING

Japan Wind Energy 2021 is held in conjunction with Connecting Green Hydrogen Japan and Solar Energy Future Japan 2021.

DAY ONE 

[KEYNOTE] Policy Adjustment under the Rapid Growth and Huge Potential

[PANEL] Accelerating the Development and Foreseeing the Prospects

  • Enhancing industrial competitiveness
  • Offering Japanese companies the chance to become international leaders in the design and construction that address some of the island's challenges

[PANEL] Global Engagement and Localisation

  • Chance for non-Japanese companies to participate in the projects
  • The status of local wind energy development and international lessons
  • Speed up the development of wind power

[KEYNOTE] Strategies of Developing Offshore Wind in Japan

[PANEL] Innovative Ways to Fit Japan-Featured Wind Energy

  • Over 60 meters depth, withstand typhoons, tsunamis and earthquakes and low wind speeds
  • Establishment of environmental design criteria, metocean measurement campaigns and guidelines

[KEYNOTE] Risk Management and Insurance for Offshore Wind Power Business - How to Get Better Finance

[PANEL] Establish the Reliable Supply Chain in Japan

  • The balance between domestic and foreign
  • Raise up the wind power industry in Japan
  • Create jobs and activate the local economy

[PANEL] New Focus in the Friendlier Wind Energy Investment Environment

  • Tax deduction of up to 10% of capital expenditures for companies investing in green tech
  • Effective use-right negotiation
  • The future implemention of FIP

DAY 2 - Offshore Wind Day

[KEYNOTE] The Role of Offshore Wind in Green Energy Transition

[PANEL] Fixed or Floating - What is Japan's Appetite?

  • Competition in government policy and support
  • Environmental suitability
  • Standard type

[PANEL] The Long-term Cost Reduction Potential of Offshore Wind in Japan


  • The next breakthrough for floating wind to drive down LCOE
  • Best practices sharing
  • Ways to solve the grid connection problem

[CASE STUDY] Japan's First Large-Scale Offshore Wind Farm

[KEYNOTE] Review of Round 1 Auction Process - Following the 27 May 2021 Proposal Deadline

With the closing date for the 6 month Round 1 Auction Process being 27 May 2021, many lessons are being learnt in relation to the Japanese offshore wind program
Examine key issues resolved in the Round 1 process, and its meaning for Round 2 and onwards.

[PANEL] Undertake the Massive Risks of Offshore Wind Farms

  • Financial perspective: risk allocation and risk matrix insurability
  • Technical perspective: typhoon, earthquake and lightning strike
  • Legal persectove: monitor the development of governmental regulations

HOST COUNTRY OVERVIEW

Policy & Regulation

  • For onshore wind power : 18 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh
  • For replacement : 16 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh
  • For offshore wind power (fixed bottom) : auction
  • For offshore wind power (floating) : 36 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh

Finance & Investment

  •  Japanese METI and MLIT start 2nd offshore wind power auction for 4 sites on 27 Nov. 2020 with deadline on 27 May 2021. 
  • Tax deduction of up to 10% of capital expenditures for companies investing in green tech.

Technologies Innovation

  • METI and MLIT indicated that latest technology would not only mean the technology is new, but it also has to be reliable. The reliability would be determined in the context of Japan's natural conditions (seismic, marine and tropical storms etc.)

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


  • Japan has enormous potential to build large-scale offshore wind farms of 128 GW for fixed bottom and 424 GW for floating wind.

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.

Networking and Matchmaking Service

500+ 1-1 Meetings to be Scheduled

Start building business connections and Partnerships by using Jublia 1:1 Meeting Platfrom, our user-friendly event matchmaking service.

It's incredibly simple. We will send registration link to all our conference delegates and exhibitors two weeks before the event. Sign in the platform and the system will automatically match you and other attendees based on your meeting invitation.

DAY ONE 

[KEYNOTE] Policy Adjustment under the Rapid Growth and Huge Potential

[PANEL] Accelerating the Development and Foreseeing the Prospects

  • Enhancing industrial competitiveness
  • Offering Japanese companies the chance to become international leaders in the design and construction that address some of the island's challenges

[PANEL] Global Engagement and Localisation

  • Chance for non-Japanese companies to participate in the projects
  • The status of local wind energy development and international lessons
  • Speed up the development of wind power

[KEYNOTE] Strategies of Developing Offshore Wind in Japan

[PANEL] Innovative Ways to Fit Japan-Featured Wind Energy

  • Over 60 meters depth, withstand typhoons, tsunamis and earthquakes and low wind speeds
  • Establishment of environmental design criteria, metocean measurement campaigns and guidelines

[KEYNOTE] Risk Management and Insurance for Offshore Wind Power Business - How to Get Better Finance

[PANEL] Establish the Reliable Supply Chain in Japan

  • The balance between domestic and foreign
  • Raise up the wind power industry in Japan
  • Create jobs and activate the local economy

[PANEL] New Focus in the Friendlier Wind Energy Investment Environment

  • Tax deduction of up to 10% of capital expenditures for companies investing in green tech
  • Effective use-right negotiation
  • The future implemention of FIP

DAY 2 - Offshore Wind Day

[KEYNOTE] The Role of Offshore Wind in Green Energy Transition

[PANEL] Fixed or Floating - What is Japan's Appetite?

  • Competition in government policy and support
  • Environmental suitability
  • Standard type

[PANEL] The Long-term Cost Reduction Potential of Offshore Wind in Japan


  • The next breakthrough for floating wind to drive down LCOE
  • Best practices sharing
  • Ways to solve the grid connection problem

[CASE STUDY] Japan's First Large-Scale Offshore Wind Farm

[KEYNOTE] Review of Round 1 Auction Process - Following the 27 May 2021 Proposal Deadline

With the closing date for the 6 month Round 1 Auction Process being 27 May 2021, many lessons are being learnt in relation to the Japanese offshore wind program
Examine key issues resolved in the Round 1 process, and its meaning for Round 2 and onwards.

[PANEL] Undertake the Massive Risks of Offshore Wind Farms

  • Financial perspective: risk allocation and risk matrix insurability
  • Technical perspective: typhoon, earthquake and lightning strike
  • Legal persectove: monitor the development of governmental regulations

HOST COUNTRY OVERVIEW

Policy & Regulation

  • For onshore wind power : 18 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh
  • For replacement : 16 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh
  • For offshore wind power (fixed bottom) : auction
  • For offshore wind power (floating) : 36 JPY + tax(10%) / kWh

Finance & Investment

  •  Japanese METI and MLIT start 2nd offshore wind power auction for 4 sites on 27 Nov. 2020 with deadline on 27 May 2021. 
  • Tax deduction of up to 10% of capital expenditures for companies investing in green tech.

Technologies Innovation

  • METI and MLIT indicated that latest technology would not only mean the technology is new, but it also has to be reliable. The reliability would be determined in the context of Japan's natural conditions (seismic, marine and tropical storms etc.)

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


  • Japan has enormous potential to build large-scale offshore wind farms of 128 GW for fixed bottom and 424 GW for floating wind.

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.

Networking and Matchmaking Service

500+ 1-1 Meetings to be Scheduled

Start building business connections and Partnerships by using Jublia 1:1 Meeting Platfrom, our user-friendly event matchmaking service.

It's incredibly simple. We will send registration link to all our conference delegates and exhibitors two weeks before the event. Sign in the platform and the system will automatically match you and other attendees based on your meeting invitation.

Alex Raventos

CEO & Co-Founder, X1 Wind

Beth Wattleworth

Commercial Development Director, Asia
Northland Power

Elena Farnè

Technical Director, Japan
Equinor

Guillermo Martínez-Navas

Managing Director, Co-Head of offshore wind, APAC
Green Investment Group

Gu-Yoon Chung

Head of Business Development, Asia Pacific
Enel Green Power

Hans-Christoph Brumberg

Director Business Development & Execution APAC
wpd AG

Hirofumi Taba

Partner, Linklaters

Itsuka Ogawa

Japan Country Manager at Xodus

Joe Nai

General Manager, Offshore Wind Asia
Shell

Jonah Margulis

Country Manager USA
Aker Offshore Wind

Joren Kippers

Head of Economic and Trade Section
Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo

Jun Kasamatsu

Country Manager, Japan
Ørsted

Kevin Liu

Head of Energy Trade, Asia Pacific
Scottish Development International

Kiyoshi Doi

Executive Managing Officer Head of Development
Japan Renewable Energy

Koji Wakabayashi

Head Renewable Energy Team No. 3
Sumitomo Corporation

Manabe Hisafumi

President & CEO
Marubeni Offshore Wind Development

Mark Anderson

Representative Director, Executive Vice President
Green Power Investment

Matthias Bausenwein

President
Ørsted Asia Pacific

Mette Cramer Buch

Chief Advisor Centre for Global Cooperation
Danish Energy Agency

Mika Kudo

Senior Researcher
Renewable Energy Institute

Munir Hassan

Head of Energy & Climate Change
CMS Law

Naoaki Eguchi

Partner, Japan
Baker & McKenzie

Nathalie Oosterlinck

Executive Officer Offshore Wind
JERA

Pelayo Rodríguez Alonso

Senior Business Development Manager
Ocean Winds

Shinichi Kato

President & Country Manager
RWE Renewables Japan

Shinichi Yasuda

Senior Vice President, Structured Finance Department
Development Bank of Japan

Shinya Kotani

Deputy General Manager
Shinsei Bank

Sune Strøm

Minister Counsellor, Economic Diplomacy, Energy
The Royal Danish Embassy to Japan

Sven Utermöhlen

Sven Utermöhlen
RWE Renewables

Takeuchi Kazuhiro

President and CEO, Representative Director
Japan Renewable Energy

Yuji Mitsutake

Co-CEO, Port & Harbor Bureau of Kitakyushu
Kitakyushu City Government

Yumi Aizawa

Chief Development Officer
COP Japan

Yusuke Higaki

Director, Asia Infrastructure Corporation

Alex Raventos

CEO & Co-Founder, X1 Wind

Beth Wattleworth

Commercial Development Director, Asia
Northland Power

Elena Farnè

Technical Director, Japan
Equinor

Guillermo Martínez-Navas

Managing Director, Co-Head of offshore wind, APAC
Green Investment Group

Gu-Yoon Chung

Head of Business Development, Asia Pacific
Enel Green Power

Hans-Christoph Brumberg

Director Business Development & Execution APAC
wpd AG

Hirofumi Taba

Partner, Linklaters

Itsuka Ogawa

Japan Country Manager at Xodus

Joe Nai

General Manager, Offshore Wind Asia
Shell

Jonah Margulis

Country Manager USA
Aker Offshore Wind

Joren Kippers

Head of Economic and Trade Section
Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo

Jun Kasamatsu

Country Manager, Japan
Ørsted

Kevin Liu

Head of Energy Trade, Asia Pacific
Scottish Development International

Kiyoshi Doi

Executive Managing Officer Head of Development
Japan Renewable Energy

Koji Wakabayashi

Head Renewable Energy Team No. 3
Sumitomo Corporation

Manabe Hisafumi

President & CEO
Marubeni Offshore Wind Development

Mark Anderson

Representative Director, Executive Vice President
Green Power Investment

Matthias Bausenwein

President
Ørsted Asia Pacific

Mette Cramer Buch

Chief Advisor Centre for Global Cooperation
Danish Energy Agency

Mika Kudo

Senior Researcher
Renewable Energy Institute

Munir Hassan

Head of Energy & Climate Change
CMS Law

Naoaki Eguchi

Partner, Japan
Baker & McKenzie

Nathalie Oosterlinck

Executive Officer Offshore Wind
JERA

Pelayo Rodríguez Alonso

Senior Business Development Manager
Ocean Winds

Shinichi Kato

President & Country Manager
RWE Renewables Japan

Shinichi Yasuda

Senior Vice President, Structured Finance Department
Development Bank of Japan

Shinya Kotani

Deputy General Manager
Shinsei Bank

Sune Strøm

Minister Counsellor, Economic Diplomacy, Energy
The Royal Danish Embassy to Japan

Sven Utermöhlen

Sven Utermöhlen
RWE Renewables

Takeuchi Kazuhiro

President and CEO, Representative Director
Japan Renewable Energy

Yuji Mitsutake

Co-CEO, Port & Harbor Bureau of Kitakyushu
Kitakyushu City Government

Yumi Aizawa

Chief Development Officer
COP Japan

Yusuke Higaki

Director, Asia Infrastructure Corporation

Venue

Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel

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Leader Associates

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Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel

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